APESTOCK – THE Artsy Attempt

I was playing around with a camera feature and got some interesting results.  I am just going to post them all and you decide.





































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Blues columnist writing a weekly column dedicated to the Blues. The only column of its kind in a commercial (paid subscription) newspaper. Column appears in the Middletown Press, Bristol Press, Torrington Register-Citizen, and the New Britain Herald. Forcella has served on the Board of Directors of the Blues Foundation representing the Journalism constituency. Served on the Board of Directors Connecticut Blues Society as Past President and Past Editor of newsletter. Recipient: Keeping the Blues Alive award in Journalism from the Blues Foundation. Has contributed both writing and photos to nationnal blues publications.

2 responses to “APESTOCK – THE Artsy Attempt


    Glad I made the cut. I liked the “artsy” pics. We have many good photographers taking pics, this gives a more original impression. Ed

  2. fran

    That is a standard posterize effect. Nice that you can do it in a camera now. Usually an artist would have to do it in Photoshop or another imaging/graphics software! Cool Dom!!

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