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January 13th, 2013 - 02:52 PM
I photographed this Leopard while travelling in Bali, Indonesia. I waited quite a long time for this beautiful animal to yawn and hopefully see his teeth and his tongue.
This image appears "different" if you look closely. It is almost as if the cat is made of gauze...like a net or something. Here is how I produced this effect which is quite simple. There is a computer program called "Fractalius" which isn't that expensive and can be bought over the internet if you like the effect. The program is self-explanatory and simple to use. The program uses Fractals (mathematical algorythms) to produce these results. I will not go into how to work the program but, trust me, it is straight forward and a lot of fun to work with.
You may wish to check out my Fractalius Gallery on FAA to see some of the other effects that you can play with.