Droste Effect

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Droste Effect

Post by Tida » Wed 17 Aug 2016 01:07

Used Photoline (MS Windows) in combination with Photospiralysis - Desktop Version http://www.photospiralysis.com/download/

Are there other 8bf-plugins or standalone tools which would work similar...
PhotospiralysisAndPhotoline.jpg
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Re: Droste Effect

Post by dutchman » Wed 17 Aug 2016 13:21

Hi Tida,
nice image... can you show us the before/after.
Best regards
toni

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Re: Droste Effect

Post by Tida » Wed 17 Aug 2016 15:22

Hi Toni,

Did implement original image.

I think best workflow is,
1) Create an image with Photoline including a mask making the window transparent.
2) Save it as png or tiff to preserve transparent area.
3) Use this file in Photospiralysis - enable the top right button to make the transparent area evaluation.
4) Make adjustments and save the final Spiral
5) Import this file as new layer in same Photoline image (which included the mask)
6) Resize and move spiral image that it fits behind the window
7) Finalize with color adjustments, vignettes and crop

Martin

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Re: Droste Effect

Post by photoken » Wed 17 Aug 2016 21:33

Tida wrote:Are there other 8bf-plugins or standalone tools which would work similar...
The free Krita drawing program has a G'MIC filter to create the Droste effect.
Ken
Yes, I think it can be eeeeeasily done....
Just take everything out on Highway 61.

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Re: Droste Effect

Post by Tida » Wed 24 Aug 2016 09:13

Hier auch noch ein anderes Programm mit sogar mit Sourcecode und Artikel zur mathematischer Beschreibung. Vielleicht mal eine Möglichkeit so etwas als Filter in Photoline mit aufzunehmen:

http://www.docma.info/software/droste-b ... bstgemacht

http://www.josleys.com/article_show.php?id=82