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Achieving the "Miami Kaos" look.

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Old 10-31-2006, 03:42 PM
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Re: Achieving the "Miami Kaos" look.

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Cut Out will reduce the number of colors. In fact you can specify how many you would like. Cutout on Color blend mode will do this without changing your image.
A posterize layer would do the same trick. An advantage of Posterize transformation is that it does not produce sharp borders. (although this may not be an issue as the image will be blurred afterwards)
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Old 10-31-2006, 07:43 PM
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Re: Achieving the "Miami Kaos" look.

The second image was bugging me for some time, tried to remember there I could see the look. I think the skin looks as if it was processed using Luci's art.

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Re: Achieving the "Miami Kaos" look.

Luci's art? What is that.
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Old 11-01-2006, 11:39 AM
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Re: Achieving the "Miami Kaos" look.

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Luci's art? What is that.

I think I got the spelling wrong. It's Lucis Art, a plug in that was quite popular lately (with a good reason, I must say).

You can see an example here

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I seen a picture on dpreview some time ago, wedding I believe, re-touched using this plug-in. Very similar look. Unfortunately I do not remember teh post, you might find it if you search dpreview using Lucis as a keyword.

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