Posted on 18. Jun, 2013 by Darcy Wheeler.
The release of Topaz Black and White Effects 2.1 introduced a variety of new borders not found in any other Topaz plug-in. During a recent Webinar, a question was asked if it is possible to use a B&W Effects border on a color image. The answer–yes!
Here is how it is done:
*This can be achieved in any program that supports layers and overlays
1. Open the image in Photoshop and duplicate the layer (Ctrl/Cmd + J):
-Click ‘Reset’ to rid of any previous settings
-Go to ‘Finishing Touches’ on the right side of the interface and select the desired border. I selected ‘Thin Black 4′ and reduced the size to 0.18 as shown:
Posted on 14. Jun, 2013 by Darcy Wheeler.
In this creative edit, Topaz user Robyn Aber wanted to make an image that would memorialize some aspect of the San Fransciso Museum of Modern Art. As you may or may not know, the SFMoMa has closed until 2016 for major renovations.
Posted on 11. Jun, 2013 by Darcy Wheeler.
Fire Canyon Arch is a sandstone formation painted with red iron deposits in the Valley of Fire Park in Nevada.
Posted on 07. Jun, 2013 by Darcy Wheeler.
Photo: Scott Stulberg | Location: Sedona | Post Processing: Topaz Clarity | Website: www.asa100.com
Posted on 06. Jun, 2013 by Darcy Wheeler.
by Joanne West The Merced River flows fast and furious after a particularly wet winter. One could spend days shooting the rapids (with a camera or in a raft) with splendid results. Unfortunately, the image below was not one of the best, but I liked the composition and the fact that those wonderful boulders were [...]