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Discussion in 'MOC Challenges' started by jenn mccabe, Jan 5, 2015.
Blended Filters: Oil Paint and Palette Knife
I used the PS Trace Contour filter. Also included a small version of the original photo. Really fun challenge!
I followed the half tone tutorial (if you will look closer it is noticeable) and then decided to use some actions to convert into platinum black and white to suit my photo better:
here is my orig photo for comparison:
Used Poster Edge (didn't realize how much FUN filters are!)
Here is mine-
A couple of the photos had colors that were just off because they were taken by an older cell phone camera, so I converted them to black & white and LOVE them now!
Used a black and white action but adjusted the colors in the gradient filter when I was done.
I tried to give my photo a vintage style look. So I used my levels, my burn brush and other bits and pieces that I don't usually use.
Turned picture grayish black and white.
I used lightroom preset to add the "retro" tone to the image and brighten it a little bit.
Here is mine. Turned my photo in black & white.
i love that you are really doing this... your keepsake book! so awesome hummie! the vintage look here, with the idea to blend in some texture is awesome and perfect!
I use action to enhance the colour then sharpen it.
I wanted to put all of these pictures in one layout, but there were way too many colors, so the black and white conversion helped a lot.
I used the PS filter gallery and settled on the sketch filter.
Here is mine:
I used two filters (but I totally forgot which, ooops):
And original photo:
you are very welcome sweet hummie! your project is such a great idea. TFS with all of us and playing along in MOC!