I photographed this dragon in Germany and I considered a prime subject for the Droste Effect. I “played” with the image until I got what I liked.
Enjoy, have a Merry Christmas. The next exercise I will post in the new year.
The week before Christmas I like to have some fun with my images to escape the usual stress before the Holidays. My partner and friend David showed my the Droste Effect in Photoshop and I thought that is a nice exercise for this week. You can look at the history of the Droste Effect by going to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Droste_effect. The Digital Photography school has a nice description how to install the Droste Effect. Go to http://www.digital-photography-school.com/photoshop-droste-effect. Don’t forget, this exercise should be a lot of fun!
I found it helpful to look for a single subject, like this flower. I also learned that it is best to downsize your image to 800X1200 pixels if you don’t want to wait for a long time until the image is rendered!
Again, have a lot of fun with this project!