Thursday, July 30, 2015

Dreamscope



Barbara W. on Facebook started it.


She's the one who introduced me to DREAMSCOPE. 


So I've been experimenting with the different filters on some recent pictures.


I seem to be drawn to the more geometric and abstract treatments . . .


But this one below (called Trippy) is pretty cool too -- if not downright terrifying.


I can quit anytime I want to.


12 comments:

Ms. A said...

OH.MY.GOSH... THESE ARE AWESOME!!!

Christie Campbell said...

THOSE.LOOK.SO.COOL!! I'll have to play with some of my travel photos with those.

Jean Baardsen said...

These images are just great! Did you put the app on your computer or your phone? I Googled DREAMSCOPE and it told me I need java script and that I have it inactivated. There was a reason we did that. Oh well, I can do some of this with Photoshop. Anyway, totally love them!

Frances said...

Vicki, these effects are very, very trippy. Dreamscope is an interesting name for an app that makes such changes. I cannot say that imagery I remember from my dreams look like this.

Very transformative. xo

Vicki Lane said...

Jean -- I don't have a smart phone -- I just uploaded photos to Dreamscope -- they altered them and then I saved them to my pictures.

Jean Baardsen said...

Thanks, Vicki!

NCmountainwoman said...

I'm not at all sure I like it. Somehow seems unfair to click a button and "create" without really using talents or creativity. Perhaps I should see exactly how the app works before making such a decision about artificial creativity.

Vicki Lane said...

I know what you mean, NCMtnwoman. But I suspect that's what painters said about photography.

Thérèse said...

Fascinating! I am going to click on your link but I have to find to time to do it...
The sunflower field is awesome.

Jim Egerton said...

J gonna try it

Jim Egerton said...

J gonna try it

Anvilcloud said...

Hi Vicki

I got around to downloading one of your mysteries. I ended up with 'Old Wounds' because that seemed like the first one that I could track down. I do see earlier ones on Kindle now; I don't know how I missed them at first.

It seemed but bit strange at first because the cultural environment was strange to me, but I soon fell into it and enjoyed it quite a bit.

I liked the main characters: Elizabeth, Rosemary, and Philip. There were many twists and turns toward the end as first one Mullins seemed guilty and then another. In effect, they were pretty well all guilty of something or other. So, well done.

The native touch was nice, and I wasn't surprised to find Maythorn alive at the end. I'm glad that she was.

I will be happy to read more when the occasion arises, as I'm sure it soon will.

John