Here we stack four ferrofluid macro photos to make one in “Paint Vs Magnetism.”

SOOC

(Straight Out Of Camera)

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EXIF:

Nikon D810
Nikon 105mm f/2.8
f/22
400 ISO

Lightroomed

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  • Exposure, contrast, shadows, whites raised
  • Highlights and blacks lowered
  • Clarity, vibrance and saturation raised
  • Sharpening raised
  • Noise reduction
  • lens corrections

 

Photoshopped

First I brought all four photos into Photoshop, then aligned the layers, then blended the layers to get the sharpest part of the four…

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Which left me with this.

 

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Then I added brightness and contrast adjustments.

Final Thoughts

I wanted to test out ferrofluid shots on black stained glass…

The glass helped the fluid look like it was coming up through it and didn’t leave weird brown stains on it.

 

Other Shots

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