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Delightful ship resting at Göta Channel, Sweden

Posted by
Henrik Herskind (Copenhagen, Denmark) on 29 May 2010 in Transportation.

Söderköping, Sweden. The Göta Channel connects the eastern and the western parts of Sweden.
Picture processed in Lightroom with Topaz Adjust and DeNoise.
For comparison: Here is the original picture just added a bit sharness.

Canon PowerShot S70 1/250 second F/8.0 8 mm

Nice to meet everybody here on Am3. I always welcome your comments & critiques. :o)

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PRASHANT from Mumbai, India

Lovely HDR...excellent work.

29 May 2010 1:38pm

@PRASHANT: Thanks! - No HDR here. Just Topaz Adjust.

Susan from Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

Doesn't look like your "polling site" is getting many hits.......I, for one, have voted, and would definitely contribute funds to have this happen!! PS....very cool image!!!

29 May 2010 3:04pm

@Susan: Thanks for the comment and for voting, Susan. My photoblog is not the most visited in the world, but luckily I'm a patient man. You could help by adding a link in your profile to either the poll or to my blog (Curly did).

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Processed just as I like 'em!
Great stuff.

29 May 2010 7:25pm

Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

Nice usage of Topaz ! I also bought Topaz recently. I will try as you did !

30 May 2010 3:44am

@Hiro: Thanks. Be my guest, Hiro, but beware: You're entering a sloping plane. Other plugins like Nik Color Efex Pro/Silver Efex Pro and especially Lucis Art ED/SE have likely and way other delightful features!

Susan from Sausalito, United States

Lovely image...I love the treatment, I've not tried anything like this before.

31 May 2010 2:15am

@Susan: Thanks. I guess "HDR" is hot at the moment. IMO the clean white canvas on the boat got to look very old and warn down. I've now included a link to the original picture for comparison.