to the DragonFyre Photography gallery preview of available artistic rendering and style effects.
is the difference between rendering and styles? Take for example
a watercolor; many people have painted them and they all share a
similar look but there are some artists who are famous for their work
and their particular style stands out from the others. So if we
render a photo we're applying a generic effect, but when
applying a style we're working on making the result appear as close to a
particular artist as possible.
Thumbnails When looking at the pictures in the galleries some
of the effects may be too subtle to see even though we use large thumbnails. The best way to browse them is to select
the full image of the first thumbnail and then use the
slideshow feature to view them one by one.
every effect you will see in the gallery has a range of settings which
will change the general
look. For example, for the Stained Glass we can vary the size of
the glass sections and the thickness of the lines between them.
For the Lighting
effect we can use more or fewer light sources, change the direction or
angle of the light source(s), or make
the light brighter or softer. So if you see an effect that
is close to what you have in mind, but not quite, we can work with you
get exactly what you want.
Picture Contents All
of the samples in the galleries has the effect applied to the entire
image, but they can be applied to individual selections as well.
For example, in a nature picture we could stain glass the sky,
render the trees as a charcoal drawing, the grass as a watercolor, and
give the lake a glossy sheen. More complex projects will require a custom price quote.
Special Projects Effects
can also be used when compositing other special projects. For example
we could take a seaside resort scene and render it as sponge daub and
then place a normal photo selection of you and a significant other
walking along the beach (picture in picture).