Picturing the Wolgan Valley courtesy of Photoshop Filters

Posted by barbara on June 21, 2015

Wolgan_Valley_Sonata.jpg

This is my Corel Painter (Essentials 3) interpretation of a section of the spectacular cliffs of the Wolgan Valley on the western edge of the Great Escarpment in the Blue Mountains vicinity.

 

Wolgan_Valley_Sonata_sponge.jpg

This is how the original 'sketch' looks after trasforming it via Photoshop's Filter Artistic - Sponge.

 

Wolgan_Valley_Sonata_Water_Colour.jpg

And here's Photoshop Filter Artistic - Watercolour, an old favourite of mine.

 

Wolgan_Valley_Sonata_Poster_Edges.jpg

Photoshop's Artistic Filter Poster Edges produces an 'edgier' landscape graphic.

 

Wolgan_Valley_Sonata_Cut_Out.jpg

Photoshop Filter Artistic - Cut Out, anyone? I remain underwhelmed but it is a useful function, nonetheless.

 

Wolgan_Valley_Sonata_Polar_Coordinates.jpg

You can (or can't) go past Photoshop's Polar Coordinate version of the original graphic which I find fascinating. 

 

Wolgan_Valley_Sonata_Fresco.jpg

This is Photoshop Filter Artistic - Fresco, dark and brooding as always, and always interesting.

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