I know that for some of you this is not your cup of tea. But that's what Phun Phriday! is all about. Trying new things and seeing what you get. Personally I can see this hanging on the wall at a modern art gallery in San Francisco or New York. . . Huh, what do you think? ? ? How much should I ask for it on canvas in a 30" X 17"?
Here are the two photos it was made from. Remember the one is the exact same thing as the other with the camera in manual focus and then adjusted so it is way out of focus. You will note that the originals are a little more square looking than the finished product above. Just a little free information here . . . Your camera takes photos in a 4 X 5 aspect ratio - that means that for every 4 units of measurement in one direction (inches, millimeters, centimeters - whatever) there are 5 units in the other direction. That's why prints are often 8" X 10". Since I'm a little weird I like mine a little wider and since many movies and the new High Definition Televisions in the U.S. use a ratio of 16 X 9, I almost always crop my horizontal photos to 16 X 9. I leave most of my vertical photos in the 4 X 5 because 9 X 16 makes them look very skinny.