New Work

Landscapes and Flowers
Stroboscopic Flowers
Orton Effect
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Some are standard "straight" photography, mostly unmanipulated except for contrast or conversion to black and white.

Others have been manipulated in various ways, including tinting and multiple effects filters in Photoshop.

The "stroboscopic flowers" are night exposures made with the shutter open for a few seconds during which the electronic flash fired a number of times while the camera was moved and the lens was zoomed.

The Orton effect is a technique using an overexposed, out of focus copy of an image that is merged with the original image to produce a dreamy glow.

Here is the old "new work" that I've been too lazy to move somewhere else!
All Images Copyright 2006, 2007, 2008 & 2010 by Timothy E. O'Sullivan
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