Topaz Impression

I recently attended a workshop on Nik and Topaz plugins for Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom photoprocessing software, and I became interested in using Topaz Impression to convert some of my images to a “painterly” look.

Topz Impresssion makes this a simple process, providing many starting points (presets) which can then be modified at will, once the user learns the bells and whistles available in this software tool (toy?).  I applied the tool to several of my photos as a learning exercise, and here are some of the results.

Blue_Umbrellas-Renoir

Blue umbrellas at Folly Field Beach, in the style of Renoir

Blue_Umbrellas-vanGogh

Blue umbrellas at Folly Field Beach, in the style of Monet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Egret_Away-Cezanne

Great Egret in the style of Cezanne

Egret_Away-Monet

Great Egret in the style of Monet

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sailboat-Cezanne

Sailboat in the style of Cezanne

Sailboat-Monet

Sailboat in the style of Monet

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Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Appalachian State University.
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1 Response to Topaz Impression

  1. Peter Rhyne says:

    Beautiful imagery!

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