Been meaning to try this out for ages and the restricted colour palette offered the perfect opportunity:
- Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
- Lens: EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM
- Image Date: 2010-10-19 17:42:07 +0100
- Focal Length: 65.0mm
- Aperture: f/4.0
- Exposure Time: 0.050 s (1/20)
- ISO equiv: 800
The trick here was to take the original image, produce five copies, apply differing levels of monochromatic noise to the water for each copy, copy and paste seven different selections between pairs of images to fool (only to some extent) the brain's pattern recognition and then combine those five versions into a sequence of ten images separated by 1/5th of a second between each "frame" - phew!! Saved as an "ANI", of course, which hopefully will display correctly on your browser.
OK, I've been through hoops to get this effect from a single original (am I within the rules?) and it would have been easier and better to do it from a video sequence. The point was to ask the question as to whether there's any room, in an artistic sense, for a crossover between stills imagery and pure video.