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Old January 2nd, 2018, 08:22 PM
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Default Mill on the Fraser - Edited with ON1

Here is an image I took January 1st, 2018 using my Nikon D90 and 10 stop filter for the long exposure. Conditions were less than desirable at -15 degrees celius and trees blocking part of the view. I didn't have time to reposition as the cloud cover had only just opened up and by the time I relocated I would have lost the sun. I was hoping for a bright sunny day and some wind changes to get a different look on the smoke.

I did all of the prosessing in ON1 Photo Raw 2018 and it took me only about 30 minutes. The "RAW Export" jpeg is a straight out of the camera export from raw to jpg without any changes.



The B&W is the one I was working towards.



I find the "perfect erase" tool realy easy to use. It removed the road sign at the bottom of the image very nicely. I used it to remove the dust specs as well.

Note: I can't seem to make the IMG tag work with the images so I've added the links to the images.

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Old January 3rd, 2018, 02:03 PM
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Could someone please check the Flickr syntax and test with the suffix, ".jpg"?

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Asher

Amazing! This now works! I wonder why it didnt for the first 24 hours?

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Old January 3rd, 2018, 02:45 PM
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I like the B&W result!









I must admit that the On1 filter made a better B&W than I did from your orignal colored version using Photoshop CC Image-Convert to B&W option.




I will try the filters myself!



Thanks for the tip!


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Old January 3rd, 2018, 08:04 PM
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Asher,

If/when you try it out, use the "Effects" module's black & white filter. It gives you greater control over the affect.

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I like the B&W result!
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I must admit that the On1 filter made a better B&W than I did from your orignal colored version using Photoshop CC Image-Convert to B&W option.

I will try the filters myself!

Thanks for the tip!

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Old January 8th, 2018, 10:16 AM
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Asher,

If/when you try it out, use the "Effects" module's black & white filter. It gives you greater control over the affect.
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I will try it!


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Old January 8th, 2018, 12:35 PM
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Hi, Kevin,

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Here is an image I took January 1st, 2018 using my Nikon D90 and 10 stop filter for the long exposure. Conditions were less than desirable at -15 degrees celius and trees blocking part of the view. I didn't have time to reposition as the cloud cover had only just opened up and by the time I relocated I would have lost the sun. I was hoping for a bright sunny day and some wind changes to get a different look on the smoke.

I did all of the prosessing in ON1 Photo Raw 2018 and it took me only about 30 minutes. The "RAW Export" jpeg is a straight out of the camera export from raw to jpg without any changes.



The B&W is the one I was working towards.



I find the "perfect erase" tool realy easy to use. It removed the road sign at the bottom of the image very nicely. I used it to remove the dust specs as well.

Note: I can't seem to make the IMG tag work with the images so I've added the links to the images.
Lovely work. Thanks.

I just downloaded and installed the ON1 free version (10.5.2). Do you know if it has the "perfect erase" tool, and if so, where might it be located?

Thanks so much.

Best regards,

Doug
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