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Indian Summer

Posted by
Barbara Lee (Oakland, United States) on 4 March 2011 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Playing. I bought Color Efex Pro3. This is the Indian Summer filter applied to an image taken in Maine last September. What do you think? Baby steps into this new plug in. Lots to learn!

NIKON D90 1/25 second F/10.0 ISO 500 300 mm (35mm equiv.)

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karla from Omaha, United States

I like this. The color is deep and rich and reminds me of fall. It all starts with a good capture, and this one has very nice back-lighting, so the hairs stand out as a feature. If I may ask, how much did the setting change the original image? If I remember correctly, there are settings you can play with, too, once you choose a filter?

4 Mar 2011 7:07am

@karla: Thanks, Karla, for the nice comments. If you go to my portfolio of August 31, you will see the original. I have a lot to learn about this new plug in. I did not change settings on this one, but I know you can. A new learning curve!

Tede from Aubenas 07, France

SPLENDID!!!!!! 5*. Good day.

4 Mar 2011 9:45am

Marleen from Doesburg, Netherlands

Fantastic effect! I compared this one with the original of august 31 and the warm glow is amazing!
Very promising 'baby steps' Barbara....;-)))

4 Mar 2011 10:05am

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

This is absolutely electric! Full of details everywhere, eye popping presentation and awesome colors!The background is perfect, Barbara...this is so beautiful!

4 Mar 2011 4:57pm

Andrea from Regina, Canada

Gorgeous light and colour!

4 Mar 2011 7:33pm

MissT from Chicagoland, United States

Wow!

4 Mar 2011 11:03pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

dynamite processing

5 Mar 2011 1:07am

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

ps - you will love that plug-in. i use some of its filters on almost every photograph i like

5 Mar 2011 1:08am

DULCIE from Danville, CA, United States

Ditto to BOTH of Jack's comments above, Barbara.
You did fabulous creative work with this image. It dances off the screen.

5 Mar 2011 8:47am

Julie Brown from Indianapolis, United States

This is pretty impressive, but of course the image has to be good to start with!

5 Mar 2011 3:22pm

karla from Omaha, United States

Finally got back to look at your Aug 31 original image. I like that one, and I like what you did with it. Have fun with that plug-in! Looks like a program I might want to try, too.

6 Mar 2011 6:56am

DarkElf from Perth, Australia

this is a great and interesting photo! the level of detail captured is fantastic! the plant seems to have a very aggressive attitude about it and you have show it here perfectly!

6 Mar 2011 1:29pm

NIKON D90
1/25 second
F/10.0
ISO 500
300 mm (35mm equiv.)

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