Post Processing Challenge May 15, 2021

Discussion in 'Digital Darkroom' started by PuntaColorada, May 15, 2021.

  1. There are no rules as to how you apply your post processing to this image; but, please let us know what you have done so we can all learn.
    If you would like to post a candidate image next week, please ensure it is of sufficiently high resolution for manipulation by the participants (3000px on the long side, 300dpi for example).

    Most of all, let's have fun while we are learning or demonstrating how we use our post-processing software, imaginations and interpretations.

    Somewhere in Austria.
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  2. Ok, I had to do this now that I live in the southern hemisphere.....

    Somewhere in Australia.
    IMG_1078 upside down.jpg
     
  3. All work done in PSE2020. Version the first....... Cropped left and top. Used impressionist brush to add brilliance. Finished using paint daubs filter to give image an abstract look.

    ppc new-1.jpg
     
  4. #2 Converted to b&w. Reduced noise approx. 75%. Used sharpening tool. Dodged sky.

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    tom_r, igord, Glenn McCreery and 2 others like this.
  5. ppc village 2.jpg

    Duplicated right half of top part of image, reversed it, then pasted on left top half. Blended with original image. Then used Topaz Simplify painting settings and "tonal contrast" in NIK color EFEX. Menacing (or friendly?) island in background was unexpected.
     
    Last edited: May 16, 2021
  6. Photoshop: Crop; ACR Filter (dehaze); Add clouds; S-Curve on near mountains; Green boost via curves; Topaz DeNoise AI; Blur mountain-sky boundary. May 15 2021.jpg
     
  7. Just desaturation and sky darkening.

    lake.jpg
     
  8. Cropped, new sky, b/w conversion, ACR basic adjustments, Topaz Detail and added grain. tarnfinished.jpg
     
  9. Second version in muted colors.
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  10. Attempt at a miniature effect with DXO. For me these wee things are always hit-or-miss, usually miss. :)

    makesmall_DxO-1_DxO.jpg
     

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