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sandiwhi
 
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217th Show & Tell Competition: Treatments

Post Fri Nov 25, 2011 5:39 pm


Please inspire me with your application of various photo editing plugins,software and your own treatments, to your photos. I've seen some great arty and interesting work from fellow Pbasers, and since I've been shooting closer to home lately, I find myself more interested in experimenting with various filters on new subjects. Been using mostly Nik (a San Diego company) and CS3 Filters. Show me some of your favorite treatments and how you're using them. Please be sure to mention the treatment, software/plugin(s) you used. I'll be judging on use of filters to create interesting, beautiful, unusual, moody and/or arty results. Here's some of my fun with filters. Can't wait to see yours!

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Post processing editing done with Photoshop Filters. Not sure at all which ones anymore.

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Used Nik Tonal Contrast here.

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Applied Solarization in Nik editing software.

Submissions will be closed on Friday the 2nd of December 2011 at 17:39:26 UTC

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1. Photos must be hosted on pbase.com
2. Maximum of 3 photos per contest.
3. Photos must be embedded in your post. See the following link for how to do this http://forum.pbase.com/viewtopic.php?t=18022
4. Post only medium versions of your picture using the PB-Image button
5. The host is not eligible for their own contest.
6. Any picture you've taken is eligible, regardless of date taken and camera.
7. You can do all the post processing you want.

Competition History available at viewtopic.php?f=9&t=42757
Last edited by sandiwhi on Thu Dec 01, 2011 8:34 pm, edited 4 times in total.

gillk
 
Posts: 833

Re: 217th Show & Tell Competition: Treatments

Post Sat Nov 26, 2011 4:43 pm


I'm afraid I can't remember which filter I used on this shot - one of PhotoShop's :


I hope texture layering counts under "treatments" - I have been having a lot of fun with this recently - using PhotoShop. Kettle's Boiling:


Another texture layered one: Waxwing:


Gill

m_hauss
 
Posts: 174

217th Show & Tell Competition: Treatments

Post Sat Nov 26, 2011 6:54 pm


This was done with a 6x cross-screen filter that breaks light sources into star-like radiation. No extra manipulation on the computer (except a bit contrast boosting).


I used photoshop elements to create this look, however I am not quite sure anymore what filter I used.


This look was also created with photoshop elements via the use of a solarisation filter.
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emmelafoto
 
Posts: 2401
Location: Zoetermeer

Re: 217th Show & Tell Competition: Treatments

Post Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:48 am



For this one I followed some steps as described in the book "Digital Collage and Painting" by Susan Ruddick Bloom


For this one I used Filters Unlimited 2.0, Channel Shift


One of the filters I used on this one is solarize (CS3); can't remember the rest of the proces.

Maaike

bclaypole
 
Posts: 410

217th Show & Tell Competition: Treatments

Post Sun Nov 27, 2011 10:44 pm


Photoshop CS2 - fractal filter


Photoshop CS2 - diffuse glow


Photoshop CS2 - mostly shadow/highlight to match multiple shots and 'clouds' for the sky

fishit
 
Posts: 797
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Re: 217th Show & Tell Competition: Treatments

Post Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:51 pm


Best I can offer is some works I played with in the past.

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christophertravels
 
Posts: 816

Re: 217th Show & Tell Competition: Treatments

Post Mon Nov 28, 2011 3:50 am


All I have to offer is
Photoshop elements
Layers, spot colouring
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Several layers of painting effects including the plastic wrap
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Several layers of painting
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oldhiker
 
Posts: 106

Re: 217th Show & Tell Competition: Treatments

Post Mon Nov 28, 2011 5:44 am


This is done with the poster edges filter in Photoshop Elements.


jojie_alcantara
 
Posts: 181
Location: Davao City, Philippines

217th Show & Tell Competition: Treatments

Post Mon Nov 28, 2011 6:34 am



Photoshop using Nik Color Efex Pro (glamour glow, paper toner, midnight mix)


Photoshop and effect using Nik Silver Efex only


Photoshop using grayscale, tonal contrast, slight sepia, erased black eyeballs of "ghost" :D :D
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irislynx
 
Posts: 322

217th Show & Tell Competition: Treatments

Post Mon Nov 28, 2011 10:16 am




I used an older Paint Shop Pro 7 program to work on this image, I used the Colorize tool 3 times for the Sky, Ocean, And Sand and also used the Colored Pencil Tool.
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bartoszkotulski
 
Posts: 114

Re: 217th Show & Tell Competition: Treatments

Post Mon Nov 28, 2011 10:20 am


1. 2 lights from left and right. 3 photos taken to make a HDR. Photopatix to create HDR . I used several filters to create this tones and colors.Not sure at all which ones anymore.
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2.13 photos put together in PS3. First two portraits of me and my wife. Next portrait of my daughter and another photo of woods from the right to create panorama.9 photos to capture the frame in the forest(HDR in photomatix). PS3 made rest of the work. I pasted the panorama photo with my daughter into the frame. After all i printed photo 120x40cm and put into the original frame. Now is hanging above my fireplace.
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irislynx
 
Posts: 322

217th Show & Tell Competition: Treatments

Post Mon Nov 28, 2011 10:23 am



Paintshop Pro 7 .. Used a Colored Pencil Tool, Slight Blurring on the petals, And a small light Sunburst
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irislynx
 
Posts: 322

217th Show & Tell Competition: Treatments

Post Mon Nov 28, 2011 10:26 am




Paintshop pro7 program, Used the Colored Pencil tool.
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berndk
 
Posts: 159

Re: 217th Show & Tell Competition: Treatments

Post Mon Nov 28, 2011 5:03 pm


The result of a different kind of "filter". I taped pieces of aluminum foil to sheet of paper (the tape can be seen in the image) and ran that substrate through an inkjet printer with the mirror image. The aluminum foil and tape do not absorb the ink, which pearls on the surface. While the ink is still wet, the image is transferred to a normal sheet of inkjet paper by pressure.
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The look and feel in the following comes mainly from layering "Soft Watercolours" and "Abstract Painter" from FilterForge:
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I don't remember the processing:
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