Seen Better Days
Photograph - Digital Photo Conversion To Chalk And Charcoal Sketch
Duotone chalk-and-charcoal digital arts photo conversion, in copper brown and silver, depicts an abandoned wood structure that once served as a gas station near Chappell Hill, Texas. Now it is heavily overgrown with native grasses and vines, flourishing with new springtime growth. (Be sure to see the original color photograph from which this was rendered, also available in this gallery.)
Featured in Beauty Captured, November 2013. My sincere thanks!
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Shot in late March 2012 with a Nikon D80 with Nikkor 50mm/1.8 lens, circular polarizer, and ND filter. Minimal clean-up and solarization, then digitally converted to a copper-and-silver duotone chalk-and-charcoal rendering that has the appearance of a sketch.
May 12th, 2012
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