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Abandoned Russian Church...
05-MAY-2004

Abandoned Russian Church...

Here 2 layers were painted; lower with " impressionist" so-called big-smuggled-sticks, upper with regular PS paint daubts whereas lines were kept at neutral brightness. Upper layer opasity was set to 67%. Saturation and contrast were cranked up for both layers and image was flattened. This is as close as I could get to oil paint effect, it seems that there should be certain filter to get you even closer...

FujiFilm FinePix S7000Z
1/400s f/8.0 at 20.0mm iso200 full exif

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Eldar Kadymov07-Oct-2005 15:14
I guess contrast is key factor here, most people were complaining about my low contrast images ;-), so I tried to change, but I see now everything moved to opposite side, hmmmm :-)
Donna Hollinger07-Oct-2005 01:50
Eldar, what about posting the photo without to show the contrast? You are not intimidated by strong colors. But you can handle them just fine.
Irene Wehrli11-Aug-2005 14:35
This is just breathtaking...
absolutely GREAT job Eldar!
Cheers
Irene
bluewatermonk18-Jul-2005 01:13
This really is excellent Eldar. Kinda surprised I missed this with as much as I browse your galleries.
That filter...Well, it is one you probably won't like to much, but I think really is needed to get the oil effect. The canvas or burlap texture. It doesn't need to be mush, just enough to give the piece a 'feel' of the layering of oils. Basically depth.

That said, I like this piece just the way it is!
Guest 30-Apr-2005 16:51
Excellent job here. It looks every bit as good as a watercolor.