Untitled Post 00056

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Original - Disperser post-processing

Original – Disperser post-processing

onOne Perfect B&W - Mod 1

onOne Perfect B&W – Mod 1

onOne Effects - Mod 2

onOne Effects – Mod 2

onOne Perfect B&W - Mod 3

onOne Perfect B&W – Mod 3

Topaz Clear 3 - Cartoonize

Topaz Clean 3 – Cartoonize – Mod 4


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4 Responses to Untitled Post 00056

  1. AnnMarie says:

    Excellent photo that you can’t go wrong with when applying any treatments/processes. I do prefer the color ones, and that is why I voted for Mod 2. But as far as creativity, I still prefer those that have been painterly processed like Mod 4.


  2. colonialist says:

    I like colour on this one, and I thought that the cartoonize brought out more emphasis on the subject.


    • disperser says:

      It does. It helps make the background less busy.

      That said, it’s a matter of taste. You obviously lose the realism, but it does have a certain look I find pleasing. For the people who want to see the details of the bird, it’s probably a detriment.


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