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    i have fouund these images and im wondering if anyone has ideas how to go about this style

    http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/5013/...9a27d19c4b.jpg

    http://img24.imageshack.us/img24/760...2c324a11ee.jpg

    http://img24.imageshack.us/img24/766...066d1f2b2a.jpg









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    They look like a combination of HDR processing and Bleach Bypass to me
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    The middle one looks to be the Lucas Art filter or something similar.
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    I was going to suggest possibly lucis arts also - looks familiar in ways to some i've seen?
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    thanks all for help

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    you can achieve the effects in photo 2 and 3 via Tonal Contrast via Nik Software too

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    Looks a lot like the LR preset "vintage" which I use a fair but with some extra contrast/clarity
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi View Post
    Looks a lot like the LR preset "vintage" which I use a fair but with some extra contrast/clarity
    where an i get light room plugins

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    Have a look here. I think it's a 30 day free trial then you can choose to buy.

    http://www.lucisart.com/
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