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Just for Fun: the Photoshop Oil Paint Filter

Always good to play.

If an image is strong to being with, the results are very enjoyable—soothing and not so demanding as the originals—reduced to essentials. And that is a useful feedback loop (reducing to essentials) when making images.

The look reminded me immediately of the Fujifilm sensor artifacts that I do not want in my original image. That should not be misunderstood—I don’t mean the look seen here at an overall level (which is pronounced), but the tendency to stylize natural patterns in an odd way—fractal like—when approaching sensor resolution.

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Backlit Cottonwood at DeChambeau Ranch, Oil Paint Filter
Leica M Typ 240 + 18mm f/3.8 Super-Elmar-M ASPH, Nov 10 2013
Sidelit Barn at DeChambeau Ranch, Oil Paint Filter
Leica M Typ 240 + 18mm f/3.8 Super-Elmar-M ASPH, Nov 10 2013
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