Mar 02, 2013 | Post by: Meghan 2 Comments

Unexpected Artwork

When I took the picture of my gold vase I thought the detail of the ranunculus was very crisp looking.  So, I decided to zoom in, and in, and in.  The image I saw looked like artwork you would buy from an art store (or an actual fancy pants artist).

After seeing my new creation, my thought was you could probably zoom in on a lot of cool objects and backgrounds to get a cheap, cooling looking, piece of artwork.  I looked back at a few of my pictures from Thailand and thought my “zoom” technique would be p-e-r-f-e-c-t!

Check out some of my zoom artwork below.

Flower arrangement

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 Zoomed in flower

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 Artwork

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 Rice field in Chiang Mai, Thailand

 Zoomed in rice field

Rice field artwork.

CIY, DIY Artwork

 Butterfly at a butterfly garden in Thailand.

 Zoomed in butterfly wing.

Butterfly wing artwork.

 

CIY, DIY Artwork

Beach in Koh Tao, Thailand.

Zoomed in rock.

CIY, DIY Artwork

Rock artwork.

CIY, DIY Artwork

 

2 Comments to Unexpected Artwork

  1. Kim
    March 18, 2013 9:25 pm

    I like this idea it’s simple and beautiful :)

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