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Feb 04, 2018 13:32 |  #1

Can anyone identify this technique used for creating this photo or identify the artist. A soft Paint effect maybe?

I'm interested in learning the technique.

Thanks
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Feb 04, 2018 14:40 |  #2

If that is not your image then forum rules are that you must post a link only, not embed the image or directly upload it to the forum.

I think it could well be a non photographic work.

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Feb 06, 2018 13:43 |  #3

I would agree that it is a painting, so if you really want this look, get out your brushes and start practicing.




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Feb 06, 2018 13:45 |  #4

[QUOTE=Lghtning4u;1855​6217]Can anyone identify this technique used for creating this photo or identify the artist. A soft Paint effect maybe?
I'm interested in learning the technique.
Thanks
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Was there something about this that made you think it was derived from a photo?


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Feb 06, 2018 14:07 |  #5

It's a photo-realistic painting ... not a painterly photograph. Get out the canvas, brushes and paints.


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Feb 06, 2018 15:44 |  #6

The Lucis Pro plugin/program could come pretty close to that I'd say.


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Feb 06, 2018 21:22 |  #7

D Thompson wrote in post #18557952 (external link)
The Lucis Pro plugin/program could come pretty close to that I'd say.

Thanks Dennis

I'm just looking for new inspiration and challenges in my photography that would set me apart from the crowd without getting the canvas out.

Whether it is an actual painting or photo I find it appealing. A little bit of both worlds.

Since it was posted on the net elsewhere on the net I thought it wouldn't hurt anything to inquire about it.

Sorry if I broke the rules here.


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Feb 07, 2018 09:25 |  #8

Topaz Simplify and Impression are two plug-ins that will achieve this painterly effect.

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Feb 09, 2018 13:12 |  #9

Lghtning4u wrote in post #18558166 (external link)
Thanks Dennis

I'm just looking for new inspiration and challenges in my photography that would set me apart from the crowd without getting the canvas out.

Whether it is an actual painting or photo I find it appealing. A little bit of both worlds.

Since it was posted on the net elsewhere on the net I thought it wouldn't hurt anything to inquire about it.

Sorry if I broke the rules here.

Can you post a link to the image?




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