After the Flood. (How to.)

  How I made this image. With all the tols at our disposal today, it is so easy to tweak images and tell stories with it. Making an image like this is a very easy process. Only one small plugin is required, Flood from Flaming pear you can download as a trial version at http://www.flamingpear.com/download.html  Lets start with the original image.  

How I made this image. With all the tols at our disposal today, it is so easy to tweak images and tell stories with it. Making an image like this is a very easy process. Only one small plugin is required, Flood from Flaming pear you can download as a trial version at http://www.flamingpear.com/download.html  Lets start with the original image.

 

After the basic adjustments, duplicate the background layer in Photoshop. As flaming Pear plugins don

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After the basic adjustments, duplicate the background layer in Photoshop. As flaming Pear plugins don”t create a new layer, you have to protect your original image. Open the Flood plugin, and you will get a very small interface like this.

The controls lets you adjust the smoothness of the water, its height and create all the reflections.   Then go to Nik Silver efex Pro 2 for the black and white conversion. I just did very little tweaks on the white and blacks contrast sliders. Set a color filter and played with the sliders until I got the result I wanted  

The controls lets you adjust the smoothness of the water, its height and create all the reflections.   Then go to Nik Silver efex Pro 2 for the black and white conversion. I just did very little tweaks on the white and blacks contrast sliders. Set a color filter and played with the sliders until I got the result I wanted

 To finish off the image, I just added a little sharpening on the building. A very simple process for a fun resutl.

To finish off the image, I just added a little sharpening on the building. A very simple process for a fun resutl.

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