Art Filter Image Thread

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Nice job. I've always struggled with getting good results with this filter.
The thing is, anything black will go white, so avoid any black/dark areas and it will come out nice.
Well I once did a night shot with lots of black that then basically looked inverted, but that was on purpose, hope I haven't posted that yet. (can't remember)

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The thing is, anything black will go white, so avoid any black/dark areas and it will come out nice.
Well I once did a night shot with lots of black that then basically looked inverted, but that was on purpose, hope I haven't posted that yet. (can't remember)
Thanks! That helps me a lot.
 

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Abstract Art using Key Line out of focus
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The key line filter will draw black key lines around any sharp edge, so if only the subject is sharp and back and foreground out of focus, keylines will only be added to the subject.

Pen-f with 60mm at f2.8

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obviously I am a bit obsessed with keyline...
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Yes, you can add the same art filters to a RAW image in Olympus Viewer.



But IMO it's faster to take RAW+JPEG with Art filters in camera. The RAW will be a normal shot, and the JPEG will have the Art filter applied.
Better late than never:
Just found this thread, so my sincere apologies in case this post is redundant! Anyhow, I'm just about only five years late...

PLEASE NOTE: This below is working on the E-PL1 (maybe on other models too):

Also, you can shoot RAW+Jpeg in any "un-active-art-filter-mode", e.g. PASM, and then switch to your preferred Art Filter mode, goto View mode (in the camera) and develop your ORF. Then the ORF will be developed with the Art Filter you've just set.

Best of two (three) worlds. You get your normal Jpeg, your ORF, and the Art Filter Jpeg.

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Shot with Olympus PEN E-PL8 through Zuiko 1.8/50 mm at ISO 100 with 30 seconds exposure time, I think maybe at f:5.6 or f:8. On tripod, obviously. Was trying out the setting where you get a whole bunch of Art filters applied to one shot.

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The good side of lockdown is, I spent more time on gadgets.
The raspberry pi servers as a streaming device for my TV and as a Nextcloud server, giving me access to all my photos everywhere on all my devices, and they still are solely on my hardware.

Actually this is a combination of to art filters, partial color and keyline.
The first applied to the raw, the second applied to the jpg, using workspace.

Oly really's causing a lot of fun.
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a bit of color key II red on poppy
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maybe I'm a bit odd, can't get over keyline...
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you can shoot RAW+Jpeg in any "un-active-art-filter-mode", e.g. PASM, and then switch to your preferred Art Filter mode, goto View mode and develop your ORF.
Then the ORF will be developed with the Art Filter you've just set.
Best of two (three) worlds. You get your normal Jpeg, your ORF, and the Art Filter Jpeg.
I have some older RAW ORF files that I would like to process with software, but can't seem to find the correct software.
 

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Sorry, running on Windows 8.1 or Windows 10.
PS: I have Viewer 2.0 and Workspace and Photoshop Elements 7
This is going to be your workload, but I am sure it will solve your problems, in the end:

RawTherapee
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/RawTherapee

RawTherapee documentation
http://rawpedia.rawtherapee.com/Main_Page

Download RawTherapee version 5.8 released on February 4, 2020
https://rawtherapee.com/downloads/

Making a Portable Installation of RawTherapee
RawTherapee and the cache folder can be stored "self-contained" on a USB flash drive or any other mass-storage device.

https://rawpedia.rawtherapee.com/Making_a_Portable_Installation

Darktable
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darktable
https://www.darktable.org/

Darktable Installation
https://www.darktable.org/install/

Adobe Camera Raw and DNG Converter for Windows
https://supportdownloads.adobe.com/product.jsp?product=106&platform=Windows

How to Add Native RAW Image Format Support to Windows 10
https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/125972-add-native-raw-image-format-support-windows-10-a.html

It's almost impossible to be more specific, based on the information available. Best of luck!

About RawTherapee or Darktable, it's a toss up!

Regards/Erik
 

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