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    Hey Gang, Here is one for you creative bunch. I did a couple but only could bear to put one up after the original. One thing I have learned is that a lousy photograph can sometime be saved by what we do here. Don't you agree?

    First I tweaked the high heavens out of the basic image. then I used topaz Simplify, next went to Nik ColorEfex 3.0 and added some fog effect.
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    Yes, this is all I have to do on a Friday night. Being 73 has the advantage of having done all that I cared to do. And boy, did I do it, time to rest now.

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      Very nice scene, wish I could see it in real life !
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        Very nice Gunner

        I used buzz, adjust, and the history brush

        nice painting BitG

        Palms
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          Great photo.

          Color tweaks with Topaz, Cut out, Topaz simplify etc. Pattern Stamp Tool
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            I need to find a tutorial on using the pattern stamp tool. I have never used it!

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              Gunner, I have 2 video tutorials on the PST. 101 is basic set up and use, 102 goes into a little more depth with possibilities. See the tutorial link in my sig.

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                and another from me using buzz and impressionist


                Palms
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                  Living in Paris, but never tired of those scenes:
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                    Paris is always a great subject for photography or paintings.

                    Made two attempts, but the first one required too much size reduction and did not come out well. Here is my second attempt.

                    Steve C.
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                      Excellent picture!
                      Dan
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                        Just goes to how one that folks that are good with the applications that we use and that have a good "eye" can really do wonders with a POOR photo. Poor from a purist photographer point of view that is. The basic bones are there and that's all you folks need as I see it, am I wrong?

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                          Originally posted by Swampy View Post
                          Gunner, I have 2 video tutorials on the PST. 101 is basic set up and use, 102 goes into a little more depth with possibilities. See the tutorial link in my sig.
                          Hey Swampy, Thanks for the tip(s) on your tutorials. Now I have more great learning to do-after Mothers Day tho.

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                            Have you all tried http://www.picnik.com tools yet?

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                              dtn illustration. Here's the hirez version.
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