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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by williadw, Aug 26, 2008.
Here are some older NYC short I took that I jazzed up.
Care to share your jazzing technique?:wink:
Simply really. Run them through LucisArt and the Whyeth filter.
These are great. I need to buy me that filter. I can't see doing it for everything but these city scenes are great with it. Nice job!
It seems to do really well on people and buildings.
I like the effect.
very cool...looks like paintings
Great set of image. Really like the effects you get using the LucisArt and the Whyeth filter.
Excellent shots and processing!!
From one of the masters of NYC photography...
..that compliment is a great honor
I really like the effect. What / where are the LucisArt and the Whyeth filters?
Excellent jazzing............actually I'll be purchasing a copy of the LucisArt software in the near future. LucisArt is scheduled to release new versions of the software later this month. I like the whyeth filters and the effect it has on images.............very very cool in my book!!!
LucisArt is a add-on filter package for Photoshop.
The Whyeth filter is one of the filters included in the package.
You can purchase the LucisArt package here:
Thanks for the information.
Yeah.............it's a plug-in for photoshop. Definitely worth it in my view.
Simply amazing, very nice.
LOVE what you've done here
i MUST get LucisArt
of course.... i won't have YOUR skill using it (for the near future)
i love #3 the most
Get the tool. You will be creating masterpieces in minutes..
.. it's really fun to convert older pics that you haven't looked at for
awhile. It breathes new life into them.
These are really neat ! Thanks for sharing.
Take care Dwayne Oakes
Question - How well does Lucis Art work on a black and white photo? I'm just curious what kind of results you would get? Thanks,
I like the effect.
Can you post your settings for LucisArts ?
I've got that plugin, but I can't get that effect.