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    Grand Canal in Sepia

    I used Photoshop CS-6 and NIK Silver Efex Pro to process this image of the Grand Canal...
    Grand Canal in Sepia

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    Re: Grand Canal in Sepia

    Very nice, Richard! I especially like the vignette.

    Do you by any chance have an image that would allow more space at the bottom of the foreground gondola?

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    Re: Grand Canal in Sepia

    Simply awesome, Richard. Nice job.

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    Re: Grand Canal in Sepia

    I agree. This is a great treatment for this scene.

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    Re: Grand Canal in Sepia

    Mike...
    Actually, this image does have a bit more space between the bottom of the boat and the bottom of the print. One of the slight problems with using the NIK Image Borders is that the border intrudes into the image rather than being added to the outside of the image

    Here is another image that seemed to work with a NIK Silver Efex conversion. This time I liked the pinhole effect because it gave the image an old-time look...

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    Re: Grand Canal in Sepia

    Awesome shot, richard.

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