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Published 01/06/2007

or each example, we set out the original image and data on its exposure conditions. We then feature the final image and describe the succession of Nik filters Martin employed. What we cannot do is record for you every stroke that he made with his Wacom pen, however, he emphasised to us that using the Wacom Tablet in conjunction with the Nik filters has pushed him back to his painter's roots, building layer upon layer of effects, in sympathy with his vision of the final image.

Having watched him work his images we can report that he is massively enthused by both the Wacom/Nik 'system' and output via the Epson 3800 (to Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Bright White) - dogs and tails spring to mind!


Roof Arches
Camera Nikon D200
Lens Nikon 17-55 f2.8 used at 26mm
ISO 1600
Exp 1/200 at f2.8
Light balance cloudy
The white balance was set to create a cooler image in
anticipation of using the Midnight Filter. Nik Filters used
were:

Black and White Conversion, blended through, in selective places.
Contrast Color Range (to enhance the reds).
Midnight Filter.


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