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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Sparkles... by onis_uk
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November 18th, 2009

Sparkles... What more can i say...?

Nikon D60.

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fire » fireworks » nikon » nikon d60 » photography » photography » purple » sparklers » white »

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: Quintessence
about 14 years ago
seems cool. by the way, what's this?
Posted By: Yorkie X
about 14 years ago
It got my attention, I like it a little bit probably because its a bit different.
Posted By: brizkit
about 14 years ago
"What more can i say...?"

Quite a bit! How did you achieve the effect? Firework? Power tool? Chemistry lab?
Posted By: The Reason
about 14 years ago
I think its a sparkler http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sparkler
Posted By: Mercyflush64
about 14 years ago
Desktop size is just way too bright for me, hurts my eyes enough to where I can't even focus on what the picture is after a short time. The smaller thumb size is much more pleasant to view and actually looks crisper to me.
Posted By: lerch84
about 14 years ago
I agree with Mercyflush64..on my desktop too is too bright..i can't look at it more than 5 seconds :|
Posted By: Sprogz
about 14 years ago
It's certainly unusual. I quite like the image but as several others have commented, it's a bit too bright for wallpaper.

One question I have though. How do you create all the different sized images? Obviously start with the big one but do you use automated software to size/scale the different aspect ratios and resolutions or is it a fairly manual PhotoShop procedure?
Posted By: onis_uk
about 14 years ago
yes its a sparkler ! i used a very wide aperture so the DoF was very small hence some bits are in focus and some not. then used ps to change the tint from orange to this more pleasing purple...

you could always turn down the brightness on your monitors...? lol @sprogs you just upload the biggest res and interfacelift do all the sizes for you !

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