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[*] Post 390734 posted on 13-10-2009 at 14:19 Reply With Quote
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Here's a basic photo of a recent bouquet of flowers. Do you think the "oil painting" button enhances the image in some way?

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[*] Post 390735 posted on 13-10-2009 at 14:35 Reply With Quote


No. Because the affect is applied generally rather than how an artist may put more definition into certain areas - notably the foreground.
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[*] Post 390736 posted on 13-10-2009 at 15:07 Reply With Quote


It might look better when printed.
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