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Forbidden Planet
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Forbidden Planet is a 1956 American science fiction film, it is considered one of the great science fiction films of the 1950s, a precursor of contemporary science fiction cinema. The plot was very loosely based on Shakespeare's The Tempest. This was done with a filter from SPE over a photo of a blank white canvas and tweaked in PS. One of my postings for this week's SNATM.

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.mesmerized
05/03/19 9:48 PM GMT
Great manip, Kathy, and very striking...not unlike what we'd see at the NASA site...and terrific portrayal of this movie title...thanks for another great SNATM entry.
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::Ramad
05/03/19 10:06 PM GMT
Very good work with the manipulation Kathy. Looks like a professional job !
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Smooth seas do not make skilful sailors.
::tigger3
05/03/19 11:17 PM GMT
I think this is super duper, I really like your results, and it's a superb entry for the movie theme. tigs=^..^=
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
::0930_23
05/04/19 3:37 AM GMT
Your creation is "out there" and that is good Kathy.
Perfect photo for the SNATM theme.
The movie was way ahead of its time.
You have taken to this very well. 👍👍

TicK


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People are like cameras--sometimes they lose focus.
::Vickid
05/04/19 6:08 AM GMT
Very impressive, strong colors and contrasts, perfect for Forbidden Planet.!
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::corngrowth
05/04/19 11:10 AM GMT
Perfect visualization of this SNATM-theme (🎥) , Kathy, 👍!
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::LynEve
05/04/19 1:23 PM GMT
Wow Kathy - an excellent creaton for SATM !
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.icedancer
05/11/19 4:51 PM GMT
Fantastic work and perfect for the movie category
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