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    Wonderful images, HDR done right!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bynx View Post
    Killbill, in this case I used Nik Silver Efex to do the conversion to sepia. It also gives the faded edges as well. Its a great piece of software and the best way I know of when converting from color to B&W.
    Nik Silver Efex is a wonderful piece of software and gives lots of control. The Topaz BW Effects filter is also great.

    On a side note I like the one you "screwed up" best. Lol.

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    Beautiful work Bynx is that Blackcreek by chance?
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    No Pixel its Pickering Museum. I have shot Black Creek pretty well and have a bunch of shots. I can post if you are interested. Thanks Trevor.

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    Oh neat, I've never been to Pickering Museum but went to Black Creek when I was in public school thirty some odd years ago, I would love to see your shots!!
    Hubby is going to Alberta for work for a month and I'm trying to line up things to keep me busy, I'll definitely put Pickering on the list for consideration!
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    Pickering Museum is nothing compared to Black Creek. Its more like a storage place while Black Creek is an actual small town that looks like its actually still alive. Here are a couple from Black Creek.
    Last edited by Bynx; 09-20-2012 at 06:19 AM.

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    Thank you, wonderful shots!
    Hmmm perhaps I'll put Black Creek on the list instead
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    BynxCouple of questions1. How many exposures?2.did you use that painterly preset in photo matix?3. You mentioned u use silver efex can u explain what u did?Did u layermask or something? I was thinking of getting that myself.
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    It was probably 7 exposures for the original HDR. Then I just took the HDR image and ran it through Nik Silver Efex and selected the Antique Plate 1 which gives the sepia and the bleached edge. Nik does this on a second layer so the original is untouched if you decide you dont like it. If you are satisfied then you flatten the image and save it. I did run it through Unsharp Mask before I saved it.

 

 
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