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Texture Added

Posted by john4jack (Corvallis, Oregon, United States) on 29 November 2013 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

This is the earlier photograph with textures added for fun. It has a more washed out look.

Nikon D700 1/320 second F/11.0 ISO 200 85 mm (35mm equiv.)

Melocoton from Salamanca, Spain

great editon john

29 Nov 2013 8:12am

Tomek from PoznaƄ, Poland

Incredible atmposphere. I like a lot.:-)

29 Nov 2013 8:14am

Tede from Aubenas 07, France

Magniffique rendu, superbe image.

29 Nov 2013 8:31am

PATRICK from miramas, France

splendid post prod

29 Nov 2013 8:42am

jean pierre from paris, France

encore un traitement magnifique!! bravo!! amitiés

29 Nov 2013 9:08am

Martine Libouton from Genappe, Belgium

Superbe j'adore+++++

29 Nov 2013 11:11am

Devi from Chennai, India

Beautiful work here john..
Love the image:)

29 Nov 2013 12:23pm

Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

Dramatic processing

29 Nov 2013 12:58pm

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

It is a little less "warm" compared to the previous version and perhaps increases the sense of isolation just a little more.

29 Nov 2013 1:49pm

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

The texture layer definitely reduces the warmth factor in the original Jack! ;-)

29 Nov 2013 2:02pm

Don from Spokane, United States

This is a bit more subdued than the other version. This version is a well processed image.

29 Nov 2013 4:05pm

franz from Baden, Austria

love this added texture ... makes me feel the heat !!

29 Nov 2013 5:07pm

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

I like the grittier feel of this one.

29 Nov 2013 6:12pm

L'angevine from Angers, France

et les tons sont aussi intéressants

30 Nov 2013 6:37pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

The muted colors are the only indication of the texture in this texture rich scene. It's still beautiful!

30 Nov 2013 10:07pm

Harry from Apex, NC, United States

The effects are subtle, probably because of the amount of detail in the original photo.

1 Dec 2013 2:26am