Beautiful pictures are developed from negatives in a dark room. So if you see darkness in your life be reassured that a beautiful picture is being prepared.
Sometimes, negatives are as good looking as the original picture.
The beautiful negative above is based on an image of the beach, palms, sky, islands etc. taken in Langkawi.
It looks like the sun is setting and the sky is glowed with orange.
The original picture is also shown.
The negative of a mosque in Istanbul is also shown. It looks mysteriously blue.
The original is also depicted.
In my view, negatives can be as beautiful as originals.
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That image is just stunning! Great work! Such a departure – you are so multi-faceted!
Thanks for the kind words; I am flattered!
Thank you 🙂
Wow, I love your negatives….the colours are amazing and reveal the composition in a who new way….I especially love the second one…Istanbul?
They evoke different moods. The mosque is in Istanbul. Regards, Michael
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I really like the palms negative. It has a post-apocalyptic feel!
I am beginning to see why it has a post-apocalyptic feel. Regards, Michael
Very clever – what a great new perspective.
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Michael, I love the quote at the start of this post, and your photos are delightful. Excellent technique to juxtapose them that way!
Glad that you love the quote / images. Many thanks!
You’re welcome! Very creative photos, Michael.
Thanks for the kind words, babsje!
I love how you see the negatives! Thanks for sharing!
I love turning originals into negatives to see how they look like. Glad that you like them 🙂
You’re quite right Michael. They can, they are.
Thanks for agreeing with me. Have a great day!
Have you tried superposing them layered with a slight shift via photo editing software?
Will try this myself within the next couple of days, and see what happens …
Hi Bert0001, my software skills are very limited and therefore haven’t tried what you described – would be interested to see the effects!
I’ll give it a go myself … and see what happens 🙂
Will look forward to seeing it 🙂
just played around now, and it creates black and white depth … will be posting in a minute
it’s online — it’s strange to say the least
Very interesting, have just seen the effects!
Very effective. Gives a totally different perspective!
Hi, glad that you like the post. I have just come across an image with orange sunset in Namibia, it looks quite similar to my first photo. Regards, Michael
I never imaged the negative could be more beautiful than the picture! Learn something everyday!
Hi, I am searching through my archive to see which negatives look better than the original!
Nice experiment 🙂
Thank you 🙂
Stunning pics, great job!
Nice to hear from you. Regards, Michael
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Most lives will have some negative , how we see it will effect a lot .📝
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I really like this post.! Thanks for the inspiration 😉 And fantastic photos too.!!
Many thanks for the kind words. Have a great week ahead 🙂
This a great “playing around” – but I love the original beach image – that white sand the azur blue ocean, just stunning … I wish I was there.
The original is unbeatable as it shows such a beautiful beach / sky!
Yes, it’s a fantastic image – never seen sand that white.
Love those beaches!
So do I … *smile – we have in the south of our county – but not this white … but not far off, but no palm trees on beaches up here.
The nicest ones are white with fine almost silky sand!
Thanks for liking some of my pics.
It’s funny you post these negatives as I have a WHOLE SECTION on the subject on my blog. Have you checked them ?
You are welcome! Will check them out. Regards, Michael
It’s so nice to see all of those types of photos, but the realistic one is my favorite…the pretty green, the trees, I think Palm Trees 🙂 WOW! Thanks Michael for coming to my blog today, it brightens up my life. Even if we live far apart, your blog is dear to my heart. Jackie:)
Hi Jackie, many thanks for your warm comment. Am glad that you have a new blog and nicely themed with very good posts. Please keep it up! Regards, Michael