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    Default Not so sunny sunflower

    Fresh from posting my photo of a rain smashed plan(e)t yesterday, here is another plant produced in the same way. Increased contrast, reduced saturation, canvas texture overlay using 'multiply' blend mode. etc.
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    Default Re: Not so sunny sunflower

    Could you post a the original and then a few of the in between steps? Great effect.
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    Default Re: Not so sunny sunflower

    A few stages for the sunflower image. 1.Original snap. 2.Poster edges filter applied in Photoshop. Image 3 would have been an intermediary step using NIK filters in Colour efex to enhance detail and contrast but it will not upload for reasons I can't guess at. 4, Canvas texture applied, multiply blending mode and selectively removed to reduce it's intensity. Obviously the image was cropped and the black made stronger etc to finish off.
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    Default Re: Not so sunny sunflower

    Quote Originally Posted by masque View Post
    A few stages for the sunflower image. 1.Original snap. 2.Poster edges filter applied in Photoshop. Image 3 would have been an intermediary step using NIK filters in Colour efex to enhance detail and contrast but it will not upload for reasons I can't guess at. 4, Canvas texture applied, multiply blending mode and selectively removed to reduce it's intensity. Obviously the image was cropped and the black made stronger etc to finish off.
    Thank you for that Derek, the finished product is great.
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