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a 2-shot vertical stitch, HDR Toning via Photoshop CS6..
taken with the 2 Mp Samsung Galaxy "Precedent" PhoneCam...

my panograph from the same day's shooting can be seen here: [link]
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an alternate, "darker" version of this piece can be found here: [link]
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a Work-In-Progress...
at the very least, i still need to add the counter-splashes from the water streamers hitting the base pool...
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roughly the same treatment as my "hyper-cloud" stuff...

shot with my Samsung Galaxy "Precedent" Phone's cam,
thru the windshield of my 2003 Toyota Matrix...
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Red Channel Extraction to BW of original shot: novectors.deviantart.com/art/2…

shot up a random corner, north side of the so-called
"Carousel Mall" (built as "Central City Mall") in
San Bernardino, CA
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JWildfire and Photoshop...
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Photoshop inverted version of the original render, which can be found here: [link]...
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Fractal Domains and Photoshop CS6...
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a 4-shot HDR Pro Merge, via Photoshop CS5...

for this comp, I used the "Surreal>Low Contrast" setting,
then punched the "Vibrance" to 100%, and bumped the "Detail" up just slightly...

I did NOT use the "remove ghosts" feature this time,
for the simple reason that the ghosting of edges (in this case)
seemed (to me) to add more visual detail and interest...

once the HDR was rendered, I hit it with "Auto-Color",
then called it a "done deal"...

OK, OK, I didn't notice the sprinkler until after I posted this... sosumi !
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in my case, "Fan Art" began when I began finding myself in possession of audio or video media (sometimes politely referred to as "ROIO"s, or "Recordings Of Indeterminate Origin")...

in the case of "Hell Girl" (of which I am VERY fond), there was no real indication any of this would see a commercial release on DVD, let alone here in the US (the second, third, and live-action series have yet to show, and they're several years gone, now)...

I therefore had few qualms about composing my own covers for my personal DVDs, authored from vidcaps, along with media from the originator's website in Japan.

This is a "backer" created in Photoshop to be used in the final
InDesign cover composition...

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I hold no copyrights nor other ownership, rights or permissions for use of this material, aside from claiming responsibility as the author of the composition shown here.
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