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Photo Art Friday: derelict

For 26/27 October Bonnie challenged us to feature “derelict” in our photoart.

DER·E·LICT   [der-uh-likt]

adjective
1. left or deserted, as by the owner or guardian; abandoned.
2. neglectful of duty; delinquent; negligent.

noun
3. a person abandoned by society, especially a person without a permanent home and means of support; vagrant.
4. Nautical . a vessel abandoned in open water by its crew without any hope or intention of returning.
5. personal property abandoned or thrown away by the owner.

Here are 2 versions of the same photo:

PAF-rusty-bicycle-old-photo-bw-w

PAF-derelict-rusty-bicycle-w

I applied a Filter Forge texture to the original photo which turned it black and white with rather a nice aged, crackle effect to the photo. I then added it to the original photo and blended it in linear light, reducing the opacity to 55%.

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Comments on: "Photo Art Friday: derelict" (8)

  1. You have processed them beautifully. The first one has really added to its aged, neglected appearance.

  2. I like both versions! Nice work.

  3. Great edits on this old bike!

  4. what clever processing!! I really like how the two are so similar in their differences!!

  5. Very nice pieces. I am having a hard time picking a favorite. I was leaning towards the colored version but then too another look at the BW and just can’t decide. Both are great in their own way.

  6. Love the crackle on the BW! Very nice.

  7. I love this 😉

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