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    Default Poster Design

    This is a photo I took with my iPhone and processed in Prisma with the Bullfighter filter.

    It cried out for text so I added some text. Who am I to say no.

    It's a cholla (pronounced choy-ya) cactus that grown in New Mexico. Right now they are coming into flower with brilliant magenta colored blossoms.

    The font is Fira Sans Extra Bold and Light.
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    Gary W. Priester
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    Default Re: Poster Design

    That looks great.

    I had quite a cacti collection at one time (back in the day, 1971) and even grew a few from seeds.
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    Default Re: Poster Design

    That's a striking photo, Gary.

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    Default Re: Poster Design

    I am not one for filters on pictures but that turned out very good. A real complement to the overall look.

    Ray

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    Default Re: Poster Design

    I am not one for filters on pictures but that turned out very good. A real complement to the overall look.
    I have found several of Prisma's over 700 filters that are much more subtle. They are more of a photo tune up.
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    Default Re: Poster Design

    That looks very good Gary thank you for the info and pronunciation.
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    Default Re: Poster Design

    Quote Originally Posted by gwpriester View Post
    I have found several of Prisma's over 700 filters that are much more subtle. They are more of a photo tune up.
    Some are definitely not subtle, but still quite clever and fun. Here’s one called ‘Noodles’ applied to a drawing of Patrick I did a few years ago. (Sorry to butt into your thread).

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    Default Re: Poster Design

    That's OK. I used some of these filters on my repeating stereogram patterns.
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