Picturing the Three Sisters, Blue Mountains, NSW Australia

Posted by barbara on May 24, 2015

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I don't mind this slapdash 'take' of the Blue Mountain's Three Sisters created on a WACOM tablet in Painter Essentials 3 software.

So how does it look after being 'wrangled' through some of Photoshop's Filter? Keep viewing to find out.

 

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Here's Photoshop Filter - Artistic Poster Edges which I am quite partial to.

 

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This is what the original looks like after being converted through Photoshop's Filter Artistic - Sponge.

 

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The Photoshop Filter - Distort Sperize creates an unusual version of the otiginal graphic.

 

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And for something completely different here is Photoshop Filter Artistic - Glowing Edges.

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Artistic Filter - Dry Brush is also quite a revelation.

 

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In this instance Photoshop's Artistic Filter - Fresco comes across as overly dark.

 

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Photoshop's Filter Distort - Polar Coordinates.

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