Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Harlequin snowflakes

For these two pictures, i've used blending mode difference again, for subtracting original background (smooth blue / gray gradient) and revealing snowflake with all details on pure black. This time, i've divided picture by two halfs, and replaced one with part of original photo; and picked two small hexagonal plate crystals as sources:

Snowflake picture: Harlequin snowflake, tiny hexagonal plate crystal with pattern, resembling scratch, divided by two halfs with normal and black processing
Snowflake picture: Harlequin (1024 x 768)

Prints available at Artist website (mirrors at Pixels and FineArtAmerica), RedBubble.com.

Snowflake picture: Harlequin snowflake II, small hexagonal plate with high tech pattern, divided by two halfs with normal and black processing
Snowflake picture: Harlequin II (1200 x 900)

Prints available at Artist website (mirrors at Pixels and FineArtAmerica), RedBubble.com.

Previously, i've applied same technique on two medium size snowflakes and two large and complex fernlike dendrites.

If you want to see more snowflakes, you can browse through all snowflake pictures.
Here you'll find snowflake photo wallpapers in numerous resolutions and screen proportions, up to Ultra HD 4K.
And here is article about snowflake macro photography.

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