Monday, December 26, 2016

Art Filters: A Potpourri of Choice

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Pop Art art filter super-saturates colors, creating brighter, more vivid photographs
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*.orf RAW File as uploaded
A Potpourri of Choice
What are Art Filters? Art Filters are pre-formatted edits that you can use to help enhance your images to a higher creative level, giving your image the professional edge that you may have set your aspirations to, and a product that is more easily related to and identifiable with a specific photo-finishing genre. Many current digital camera models carry this functionality, with those from different manufacturers categorizing the product under different monikers.

For Olympus E-camera system, Art Filters are available both as an in-camera setting and as a RAW Development tool on the accompanying image editing software, Olympus Viewer 3 (OV3). This tool works only on *.orf RAW files. While I have yet to use the Art Filter as an in-camera option, I have always opted for the Art Filter effect during post-processing of the image. Images are only curated with Art Filter effect if it helps to bring them out of their off-grid condition. These are the Art Filter choices I normally experiment with on OV3.

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Pin Hole art filter darkens the outer edges of a photograph, akin to the images you would capture using a pin-hole camera
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Grainy Film art filter produces a gritty black-and-white film quality images
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Cross Process art filter changes the color and contrast of subjects as done in the film world where color slides are processed using color negative chemicals or in reverse
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Gentle Sepia art filter gives your images a yellowed black and white color cast, a vintage or old fashioned feel
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Dramatic Tone art filter simulates the look of High Dynamic Range (HDR) digital photography.
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Key Line art filter  enhances the edge lines of the image to make it look more like an illustration








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