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Collection: Topaz 30
Camera: Canon EOS-20D
Lens: Tamron SP AF 28-75mm f/2.8 XR Di for Canon
Aperture: f/11
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/250
Date Uploaded: Apr 30, 2009

Viewed: 489
Comments: 14
Favorites: 1 (view)

TA Clarity, TA simplify, layered and faded

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06/01/2009 01:36:04 AM
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05/20/2009 10:07:06 AM
There is an antique quality to this. I love it! Great job.
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05/13/2009 11:47:41 PM
I love your work, you really have taken this to the top!! Excellent, Robert!!
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05/03/2009 11:26:50 AM
Textured land, sea and skyscapes are where TA really stands out. Good job on the processing. I usually just use a single layer and after your help on the mega-challenge I'm going to take the time more often to try different things on different layers. It really helps.
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05/03/2009 07:58:46 AM
I'd like to know how you get yours so smooth looking. I seem to get lots of noise. This is great!
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05/02/2009 03:33:48 PM
I love the patterns. To me, this looks like a bird's head. The fence is the beak, the grass makes the stringy feathers of the head, where there is a convenient sandy area for the eye. My brief introduction to Topaz has had me using the Simplify filter first, then Clarity most often. I see you've done the reverse. I'll have to test out what difference the order makes, if any.
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05/02/2009 09:12:00 AM
Ahh. a really neat (going to have to stop using the internet, I am beginning to sound American) study in pattern. I like this very much.
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05/01/2009 07:54:39 PM
I love the depth of the ripples as well as the rich color.
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05/01/2009 11:15:54 AM
Wow I want to try this with my dune shots and see how they come out.

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05/01/2009 10:18:28 AM
I agree, really great texturing here.
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05/01/2009 08:36:15 AM
No spicify in there? That's some rich looking sand! The dunes are always awesome for shapes. Love your implied triangle!
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05/01/2009 12:18:57 AM
I'm gonna have to try some of your methods. I love how this looks like a painting and a photograph blended into one shot.
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05/01/2009 12:14:04 AM
Gives real character to those sand dunes. I can practically smell the sea air and hear the gulls. (no, wait. that's the Pacific I'm maybe hearing.)
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04/30/2009 11:10:09 PM
Really brings out those patterns of the sand. Textures galore!
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