Moss Clumps

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The original photo is of a grouping of moss clumps that I have been observing over the years, taken with a fish-eye lens. Over time, despite how little water they get from the rain, they still come back to life when given water. Instead of dying, it goes into a … (read more)

The original photo is of a grouping of moss clumps that I have been observing over the years, taken with a fish-eye lens. Over time, despite how little water they get from the rain, they still come back to life when given water. Instead of dying, it goes into a dormant state, only to return slowly and steadily as it is given sustenance and attention. I find there to be a relation between the moss and myself.

My editing process entails bouncing the original photo between multiple image manipulation phone apps, then once I've become satisfied with the basis, I move it to Photoshop, where I then layer the image multiple times and apply distortion and color manipulating filters via Filter Forge to different layers with varying sequences of blending modes, cascading the effects into a form of organized chaos until, finally, a shape emerges from the dust.


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  • 3600 x 3600 px, PNG (49.5 MB)
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Comments

Marc D Rienzo
2021/10/13

beautiful work. @alittleNFT DM me please...

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AlittleNFT
(owner)
2021/10/13

will do

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Vesa Peltonen
2021/10/12

I love the vibrant colours. Also, it has an illusion of depth, and contrast with background colours being complimentary to those in the large circle. Excellent. :)

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Vesa Peltonen
2021/10/13

Most welcome, Connor. Keep on keepin' creative. 🙏⚛☯

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Connor Lawson
(creator)
2021/10/13

thank you very much for your kind words!

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