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    just got my topaz filter and had a little play!



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    Great shot. The color is very nice in this..
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    Love this, which filter effect did you use?

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    topaz. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by lesifer View Post
    Great shot. The color is very nice in this..
    I agree! This is a framer!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by beakerdoo View Post
    topaz. thanks
    Topaz Suite has over 75 preset filters in 4 different catagories plus DeNoise, DeJpeg and ReMask. I think what Mulewings was asking as well as me, which Topaz program was used and did you use one of the presets to get started? Thanks
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    i went for the " photo pop" preset then adjusted the saturation, noise etc from there.the original pic already had great colours.so i didnt have to go far away from that to achieve this the final pic.


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