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    A Walk in the Redwoods

    We went to Big Sur yesterday and had a hike in Lime Kiln park, a very interesting place with historical interest. Only a couple of my pics came out -- it's so hard to take pictures in the redwoods! But I like this one, processed with Color Efex --

    A Walk in the Redwoods

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    Re: A Walk in the Redwoods

    Elise, nice image. Play around with the Darken/Lighten effect, you'll like it.

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    Re: A Walk in the Redwoods

    Yes that works well. I have had so many total failures on scenes like this.

    I may be tempted to consider very slightly darkening the bottom left corner with an adjustment layer and mask so that it doesn't conflict with the bright top right area; but that is just a very minor thought.

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    Re: A Walk in the Redwoods

    Thanks very much -- I'll play with that filter, Jiro. Is there any way to get multiple effects in Color Efex, other than doing them one at a time?

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    Re: A Walk in the Redwoods

    Quote Originally Posted by mythlady View Post
    Thanks very much -- I'll play with that filter, Jiro. Is there any way to get multiple effects in Color Efex, other than doing them one at a time?
    Nope. That is the issue with Color Efex Pro. You have no choice but to do it one by one then stack them up as layers in PS.

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