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Kaleidoscope Gallery ~ Part 4

Today I decided to share some more kaleidoscopes with you all.  Like I have said before, I have made many of these (possibly over a thousand) so it may take a while but I will share some when I can. 

I need to work on editing my car show photos, or else I’d be posting those…but in the meantime I hope you all will enjoy my kaleidoscopes!  

I hope that I have not shared these specific ones before.  Sometimes they can be similar, so it is hard to tell at times. 

As always, I would love to know which one is your favorite!  🙂

Hope you all are having a great weekend so far!

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  1. How do you do yours? I found out it was quite easy to do them using the mirror image function in Affinity Photo. All you have to do is decide how many mirror images you want.

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    • Some of these I made in Paintshop Pro x4 using the kaleidoscope tool. Others were made with a site called tuxpi that had a kaleidoscope tool as well. And I hadn’t heard of Affinity photo, I’ll have to try that out!