Picturing Bunneroo Valley, Flinders Ranges, South Australia

Posted by barbara on October 25, 2013

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Bunneroo Valley, Flinders Ranges, South Australia

The 'sketch' above, created on a WACOM tablet using the Chalk 'paintbrush' was my original rendition of a photograph I took on site of this spectacular semi arid rangelands in late December 2012.

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Not sure how I feel about Photoshop's 'Sphererize' filter. It kinds of 'plumps' up the graphic while retaining the colour balance and intensity.

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True to type, Photoshop's Artistic Filter - Watercolour provides a more striking version of the original graphic.

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The rendition above was created using a less 'intense' version of the Watercolour feature.

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Photohop's Artistic Filter - Cut out simplies the original WACOM graphic, and not necessarily in a bad way.

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This is my first encounter with Photoshop's Notepaper function and I don't mind it one little bit!

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Photoshop's Conte crayon function provides an interesting take on my original graphic.

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And here is Photoshop's Artistic Filter - Fresco, as always deep and meaningful.

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The last version of the WACOM tablet created graphic is Photoshop/s Dark Strokes function.

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