X Ray Vision

Posted by
Florence (Paris, France) on 28 February 2009 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

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john4jack from Corvallis, United States

That's just terrific, Florence! I almost never think about doing something like that.

28 Feb 2009 5:13am

Jean-François from Les Issambres, France

quel impact ........ des N et B .... classes !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

28 Feb 2009 7:01am

jpla from St Barthélémy d'Anjou, France

Très joli N&B
JP

28 Feb 2009 8:17am

rem_la from Villiers, France

c'est apocalyptique c'est affaire !

28 Feb 2009 8:19am

k@ from Paris, France

J'ai un titre proche du tien pour un post à venir :) mais ce ne sera pas une fleur - la tienne est quasi vivante, j'adore !

28 Feb 2009 8:39am

Fabrice from France

Le résultat me plait beaucoup et me donne quelques idées ...
Bon week-end à toi, Florence.

28 Feb 2009 11:00am

@Fabrice: Tu m'en vois ravie Fabrice !

Polydactyle from Montreal, Canada

Un procédé percutant et pertinent. Bravo!

28 Feb 2009 1:26pm

Pradeep from Chennai, India

Wow...how was this done?

28 Feb 2009 1:35pm

@Pradeep: First convert the image in b&w, then if yoy have adobe premier element or photoshop, go to filter, artistic filter, choose neon. Then, place the first scale to -24 and second scale light to 50, color must be black.

Paul K from Bretagne, France

joli traitement !

28 Feb 2009 1:43pm

Philip from Joburg, South Africa

Now I know you are going to tell us how you did this ?? very inique well done!

28 Feb 2009 2:40pm

Marie-Hélène Ammor from Casablanca/Paris, Morocco

La radio d'une fleur : c'est très beau !

28 Feb 2009 2:44pm

WABIKOJA from Shiga, Japan

Very nicely done. Great composition, framing and detail.

28 Feb 2009 3:24pm

Michael Paulison from United States

This time, even without color, you've made this interesting, beautiful and whimsical. Great idea. Great image.

28 Feb 2009 3:27pm

bluechameleon from Vancouver, Canada

This is cool Florence! Great effect, tones and detail!

28 Feb 2009 3:42pm

-1q5yChØt!c- from Persia, Iran

superb and excellent

28 Feb 2009 4:13pm

Veronique from France

radiographie d'une fleur ! vous avez vu elle respire !
belle idée Florence

28 Feb 2009 4:27pm

Alivia from Saint-Etienne, France

ce traitement lui va bien !! mais je crains pour sa santé. !! superbe image .

28 Feb 2009 5:12pm

Marion from Nanaimo, BC, Canada

Great effect.

28 Feb 2009 7:03pm

Anna.C from LA ROCHELLE, France

très joli effet, j'aime beaucoup !

28 Feb 2009 7:31pm

Francesc B. from région parisienne, France

Très réussi... et je pense aussi à la chanson de Moon Martin...
et le yeux pleins de larmes, car Greta n'est plus... je poste ma dernière photo sur Aminus demain avant un long moment... c'est trop dur de continuer...

28 Feb 2009 8:03pm

JJ from Jersey City, United States

have no idea how it was done, but it looks real cool

28 Feb 2009 8:35pm

marc battault from clermont ferrand, France

une jolie "radiographie" de fleur ! un bel effet !

28 Feb 2009 10:24pm

marianne from Toulouse, France

au coeur, je vois une meringue caramélisée comme j'aime, tu sais sur la tarte au citron ........
j'aime beaucoup l'ombre de la radio ... ou le négatif, je suis perdue dans les termes ...

28 Feb 2009 10:59pm

Ronnie 2¢ from London, United Kingdom

ha ha . . one almost feels one is seeing more than would otherwise be the case. Amazing effect !

1 Mar 2009 2:25am

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Very creative and beautiful. Love this treatment.

1 Mar 2009 2:38am

Gérard Méry from Saint Cyr Sur Loire, France

Trop forte Florence, tu fais du positif avec un négatif, résultat probant.

1 Mar 2009 9:50pm

Cricket-Tammy from United States

I wish I had X-ray vision right now. :)

This is very creative.

2 Mar 2009 2:30am

willow from Chelsea, United States

Wow! Very creative, very cool.

2 Mar 2009 1:49pm

Anita from West Nottingham, United States

Unusual view of a flower. Hence, intriguing.

7 Mar 2009 11:33am