Posted by john4jack (Corvallis, Oregon, United States) on 31 January 2014 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.
Nikon D700 1/320 second F/9.0 ISO 400 120 mm (35mm equiv.)
May be I prefer the first version but this one is beautiful also
31 Jan 2014 5:53am
@Focales: The first version is the natural version. This one is for effect.
joli aussi avec ce traitement façon dessin!! amitiés
31 Jan 2014 6:27am
excellent travail 5*****
31 Jan 2014 10:05am
Another beautiful version ;)
31 Jan 2014 11:29am
For me this effect does not add much to the original (beautiful) picture....
31 Jan 2014 1:04pm
@Thea: It's warmer (most of your posts are cooler and darker key), but primarily it is a boost in detail. As you would expect, on Am3, we see a wide variety of taste preferences. I rarely state my own preferences because I am most interested in the opinions of others.
Wow! The textures really come alive in today's version!!
31 Jan 2014 1:20pm
Superbes les effets, excellent traitement.
31 Jan 2014 2:37pm
This texture layer gives it a very painterly feel Jack! Well done! ;-)
31 Jan 2014 2:49pm
I like all the crisp detail in the houses.
31 Jan 2014 3:19pm
Beau comme un tableau du meilleur artiste.
31 Jan 2014 4:19pm
The texture addition makes a new image of this picture. I like it!
31 Jan 2014 4:50pm
The texture makes it look like a painting - lovely
31 Jan 2014 5:43pm
I prefer to yesterday! More interesting! Good job friend! Besos y abrazos, Adela
31 Jan 2014 9:10pm
Gorgeous image! I love the processing! It looks like a painting! A wonderful view of the mountain.
31 Jan 2014 9:22pm
Interesting blend between a true-to-life photograph and a painting. There is so much to see here!
31 Jan 2014 10:48pm
nice texture work
1 Feb 2014 12:22am
I really like what you have added here, Jack. I liked yesterday's shot very much, too. But this texture is very interesting.
1 Feb 2014 12:30am
j'aime ton travail par ce rendu et des couleurs aussi
1 Feb 2014 9:32am
It's just stunning! The textures picks up all the fine detail so well!
2 Feb 2014 2:20am
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