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    Some fun with the Photoshop CS6 Oil Filter

    First experiments:

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    Re: Some fun with the Photoshop CS6 Oil Filter

    I think Gaudi used one of these when he designed his architecture in Barcelona, si o no?

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    Re: Some fun with the Photoshop CS6 Oil Filter

    Yes, Gaudi was a Photoshop CS6 user. He was ahead of his time.
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    Re: Some fun with the Photoshop CS6 Oil Filter

    Uwe

    Nice choice of subject to test the filter with. Quite appealing.



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    Re: Some fun with the Photoshop CS6 Oil Filter

    Here's my contribution... Death Valley near Zabriskie Point. While I love this, I have wandered into the realm of "imaging making" rather than photography. I've always LOVED the California Scene Painters, and now I'm the "Elliot Ersatz" of scene painters.


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