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November 10, 2012 - 34 went

Largest Civil War Battle Reenactment West of the Mississippi!

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Added by Ken L.
on Nov 11, 2012.
 

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  • A former member

    Which program and filter is this? Thanks!

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  • Ken L.

    Rebecca, I used Photoshop CS4, turned it black and white, then antique paper overlaid. Click here if you want to know more: http://kenleephotography.wordpress.com/2011/11/01/how-to-create-antique-photos-with-sloppy-borders/

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  • A former member

    Great thanks for the tutorial Ken.

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  • Ken L.

    You got it, Rebecca.

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  • A former member

    Great shot. Actually all of them pretty good. For Rebecca, Topaz adjust 5 can do this and a lot more in one filter application. http://www.topazlabs.com/adjust/

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  • Ken L.

    Thanks, Eugene. I'm definitely enjoying your photos as I go through these! Most of the processing I used for this was "stock" Photoshop CS4, and quite frankly, you can use any photo editor that supports layering. I simply used the Black and White function, as you can see from the link to my blog (above).

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  • A former member

    Thanks Eugene. How much is Topaz?

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  • Ken L.

    IIRC, it's about $200. Eugene, can you verify that?

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  • Ken L.

    Topaz is very popular and powerful. I personally prefer Nik Color Efex Pro for this, but this is a matter of aesthetics, not to disparage the quality of one over the other or start debates. And Nik Software is typically around $200 as well.

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  • A former member

    Topaz is $49 from their website. You might find it for less. Also, http://www.retailmenot.com/view/topazlabs.com try to apply these coupons.

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  • A former member

    Ken, I use KISS method so Topaz is for me.

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  • A former member

    One more thing for Rebecca. The filters build in in Topaz are just an examples. You can modify existing and save each filter yourself so basically you would have an unlimited amount of filters.

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  • Ken L.

    I use the KISS method for as much as possible, Eugene. And yes, Topaz or most of these filters, you can infinitely tweak, so there's billions of possibilities.

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  • Cecelia

    another AWESOME shot & i love ur edit!!!

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  • Ken L.

    Thanks, Cecelia!!!

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