I used a number of filters in Nik Color Efex Pro, plus some textures. I'm having fun playing around.
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A beautiful shot...love those orangey-greeny tones. Isn't Nik Efex the greatest? :-)
10 Sep 2011 5:36am
@DULCIE: Thank you. Yes, I like Efex, but use Viveza more, though for some reason I didn't write that down.
This time, I can taste the nicotine ! A wonderfully full-strength image.
10 Sep 2011 6:59am
@Ronnie 2¢: Sorry for promoting cancer! :-)
Such a nice composition
10 Sep 2011 7:07am
@Chantal: Thank you.
Gorgeous color!! What a stunning effect!
10 Sep 2011 8:49am
@Marcie: Thank you.
Great work! Well done!
10 Sep 2011 8:51am
@Andrzej: I'm glad you like it.
magnifique ambiance, bravo
10 Sep 2011 9:45am
De beaux jeux de lignes et des couleurs façon tabac très jolies....
10 Sep 2011 10:57am
@Vert Pomme: Thank you.
Dream shot!veru nice.well done.
10 Sep 2011 12:07pm
10 Sep 2011 1:21pm
Anita, this is really stunning, wonderful hues and great finishing. Have a nice weekend!
10 Sep 2011 1:57pm
10 Sep 2011 6:07pm
Lovely work Anita.
10 Sep 2011 8:05pm
You have made a very eye catching picture Anita.
10 Sep 2011 10:13pm
@Curly: Thank you.
Will be fun to see what CE 4 can do with this great shot.
10 Sep 2011 11:27pm
@john4jack: Thanks, Jack. I won't find out since CEP 3 is good enough for me. :-)
Beautiful effect Anita. Color Efex Pro is one of my favorite filters.
11 Sep 2011 3:12am
11 Sep 2011 6:20am
@Parastoo: I'm glad you like it.
You really brought out the green-gold hues in this scene. Interesting composition and the leaves have so much texture.
11 Sep 2011 9:59am
@Julie L. Brown: Thank you. I had fun playing with this.
great shot and toning here.. well done.. :)
12 Sep 2011 1:38am
Great tones! Beautifully done!
28 Sep 2011 11:59am
Wow, wow, wow.
7 Oct 2011 6:08am
Your work comes out like gorgeous paintings.....I have enjoyed browsing!
I haven't seen much tobacco in PA in years now. The Amish used to grow it
but don't much now but I always admired the huge leaves when I was a child
and visited your state quite often....
10 Oct 2011 1:24pm
@Sandy Weston: Thank you for the compliment! Growing tobacco comes and goes. It may have something to do with the prices. An Amish teenager who was helping harvest this crop told me his father won't grow tobacco because he won't use it. The farmer growing this field chews tobacco.
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