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mlenny
Registered: Apr 08, 2008
Total Posts: 1117
Country: United States

3 shot pano altered in PSE 10 to appear more like a painting, CC please



Rob UK
Registered: Aug 28, 2012
Total Posts: 44
Country: United Kingdom

I like it
I think the painting effect works well with this scene.
Havent tried this myself, might have to have a look at the process now.

Thanks for sharing

R



tidelands
Registered: Oct 24, 2006
Total Posts: 48
Country: United States

I have no experience with this watercolor effect, but am very taken. It's beautiful treatment of a beautiful shot. I wonder if you could direct me to a link or piece explaining in rough how you went about it. Many thanks, and congrats on a great result.



mlenny
Registered: Apr 08, 2008
Total Posts: 1117
Country: United States

I took a 3 shot pano I had done with Autopano Pro and imported it to PSE10, I will usually test the Enhance to see if I like it, then I proceed to Filters. My typical sequence for this type of effect is Palette Knife, Watercolor and then Paint Daubs. I generally fool with sliders in every filter step to get what works for me, but I have no specific formula for you to follow, There have been occasions where I will go back into Pallette Knife or Watercolor if I still want something more, but generally at more subtle settings to tweak the effect. I find that images under 4 MB don't do well. I hope that helps, btw I trash more than I keep doing this, so don't get discouraged if a particular image doesn't get where you want it



kwoodard
Registered: Aug 04, 2012
Total Posts: 2393
Country: United States

Looks great! My computer has a fit when trying to edit anything larger than a 5mb file. I can sometimes trim the image proportions down a bit to get it to work then resize back, but its a big pain.