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    Koln Hbf - Any thoughts about cartooning?

    My camera did the cartooning and I added some PP. I beginning to think that cartooning works in urban settings. Sometimes streets scenes get very complicated, noisy and distracting. Cartooning simplifies the scene. C&C welcome and your thoughts.

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    Re: Koln Hbf - Any thoughts about cartooning?

    I had to look closely to see the effect. Looks fine. Any reason why the program smooths out the features? Is there more than one level for this type of processing?
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    Re: Koln Hbf - Any thoughts about cartooning?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowman View Post
    I had to look closely to see the effect. Looks fine. Any reason why the program smooths out the features? Is there more than one level for this type of processing?
    John, This is one of the picture effects offered in the Sony RX100 but I believe it is also a capability in some PP software. It converts the image into a flattened illustration.There are three levels, low, mid, high. I did the test below. What do you think.

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    Re: Koln Hbf - Any thoughts about cartooning?

    This is very cool! I have an image in my head of the transparencies from old cartoons that sell for a mint in specialty stores. I would love to see one of the original images to fully comprehend the effect.

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    Re: Koln Hbf - Any thoughts about cartooning?

    Quote Originally Posted by ShaneS View Post
    This is very cool! I have an image in my head of the transparencies from old cartoons that sell for a mint in specialty stores. I would love to see one of the original images to fully comprehend the effect.
    Shane, Here is an original and a conversion at mid level.

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    Re: Koln Hbf - Any thoughts about cartooning?

    Really fun stuff! Thanks for sharing a before effect image.

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    Re: Koln Hbf - Any thoughts about cartooning?

    Quote Originally Posted by geoz View Post
    John, This is one of the picture effects offered in the Sony RX100 but I believe it is also a capability in some PP software. It converts the image into a flattened illustration.There are three levels, low, mid, high. I did the test below. What do you think.

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    Koln Hbf - Any thoughts about cartooning?
    Very nice, most of the programs I've seen add graphic lines rather than this smooth like.

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    Re: Koln Hbf - Any thoughts about cartooning?

    This is soooo coool!!!
    My Nikon can't do this I believe, but my video camera has a cartoon setting, an now I'm gonna try it out.
    Thanks for the inspiration.

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