Posted by Craig Persel (Montreal, Canada) on 10 October 2006 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.
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what kind of filter is on this shot...it looks like it came from a newspaper?
10 Oct 2006 12:17pm
@scott: I used NIK Color Efex Pro 2.0 to adjust the contrast, color, vignetting, etc. and then used a "scratch" brush to create a "paper like" background. Took a lot of work. :-)
Great one!! It looks more like a painting
10 Oct 2006 12:33pm
nice effort craig, liked the post processing and the pattern of light poles .
10 Oct 2006 2:49pm
Yeah! The PP effect is lovely. That NIK Color Flex is one tool that I am struggling to fall in love with.
10 Oct 2006 2:55pm
Wao! great shot. It really looks like a painting or poster.
10 Oct 2006 5:23pm
This photo is so beautiful..
10 Oct 2006 5:40pm
great effrect - I was looking at NIK tools but have not invested in them yet :)
10 Oct 2006 6:29pm
@Jason Kravitz: They aren't inexpensive, but worth every cent. NIK Pro 2.0 is invaluable for post-treatment and Dfine 1.0 is an excellent noise reduction tool. I don't have their sharpening software, but supposedly it is second to none.
surreal! it looks more like a modernist painting. i too use Efex Pro 2.0. though i didn't buy it ;]
10 Oct 2006 8:57pm
Realy nice !
30 Aug 2007 2:02pm
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