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Revisiting your (photographic) past (Part II)

January 20, 2015

Back in June of 2013, while playing with Topaz Clarity, I went back and revisited some photos of Old San Juan that I never processed.  Letting time elapse let me see them in a different way, and applying new skills and software brought them to life.

As a Black Friday special, I picked up an eBook from Scott Davenport – Landscape, Architecture and onOne Software.  I was looking to learn more about the onOne Perfect Suite, but it also showed me some general tips on improving photo quality.  For the last month or so, I’ve gone back to my photos of Old San Juan (if you read my original post, you will know why).  I’ve done most of the editing in onOne Perfect Suite to help me learn the product.

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Castillo San Felipe del Morro
Nikon D90 18-200 lens edited in LR and onOne Perfect Suite

 

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One of the passageways in Castillo San Felipe del Morro
Canon SD800IS edited in LR and onOne Perfect Suite

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The land-side of Puerta de San Juan, one of the gates into the old city
Canon SD800IS edited in LR and onOne Perfect Suite

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Somewhere in Old San Juan
Nikon D90, 18-200 lens

 

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5 Comments
  1. Nice processing.

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  2. The perfect song theme for this would be Tt-Ii-Mm-Ee is on your side – Yes it is!

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  3. Tammy permalink

    Love all of these images…and picture perfect processing to boot!

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  4. Wonderful shots–they convey how ancient the place is.

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