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photoblog image Blue Fish's Eye, Fished-Eyed

Blue Fish's Eye, Fished-Eyed

Blue Fish's Eye, Fished-Eyed



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A fascinating effect!
Beverly Andrighetti: I believe this effect is also used sometimes by real estate agents when they want to make the size of the rooms in homes they are selling appear to be larger than they actually are, Elizabeth.
a little creepy
Beverly Andrighetti: Quite so, Chantal.
  • Chris
  • Bathampton
  • 16 Mar 2014, 07:40
Clever you!
Beverly Andrighetti: It's the first time I've used this effect, Chris, and this seemed like a good place to try it out.
A very pixelated eye. How odd.
Beverly Andrighetti: Yes, I was surprised at how this effect made the eye look, Mary.
Interesting shot, what is a blue fish?
Beverly Andrighetti: This particular bluefish was caught, along with two enormous sea bass, by my spear-fishing son-in-law while we were all on holiday in Rhode Island, Martin.

I guessing that it gets its name from its blue scales. All I know is it was baked fresh that same day and tasted great.
Eye wonder what he's looking at? ; )
Quite clever! Well done.

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