Sunday, January 8, 2017

Checking out some new software

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 © NF Photo 161231, SOOC

© NF PhotoArt 170107

This is an image from New Years Eve. A very festive day as my town is now a 100 years old.
I have been looking for a sketching software for a while as my computer is still gone somewhere in cyberspace and I can´t practise on the WACOM pad I bought.

This editing software offers a lot of different filters but feels a bit like cheating to me. I just applied one and here it is. How fun is that? Well, fun to use for a little while but not very satisfying.

Linking up with: Sunday Sketches

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  1. Hi Monica, and a happy New Year!

    I think both the photo and edit look good. Although I do admit that I feel the same you do about using a sketching filter only. I guess that is what happens when you start picking up the 'real' pen again :)

  2. Beautiful, and just like that you have 2 versions!

  3. Cheating? Don't we always use filters to achieve our results? This is good and even captures the lights on the hat. I am now curious as to what you normally do to achieve your wonderful digital artwork ... hmmmm.

    Andrea @ From the Sol

    1. will have to discuss that elsewhere :) This was a filter I could not adjust. :(

  4. Wow, what a great shot, and I like the filtered version too, it's so different from the original. Reminds me a little of some illustrations from Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norell, which were terrific.

  5. the photo sketch has a wonderful effect.

  6. the effects works well :D and its only cheating if you think it is, you still took the original photo


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