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Night of Bosphorus

Resized old image from my CJ Bosphorus.

Night of Bosphorus
RedZone19, Oct 17, 2016
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      Woah ! This is realism ! :D
      How did you manage that ? Did you used some special filter, or mixture of everything ? :)
    • ObelicS
      Im asking cause i didnt find solution for making lights stronger / more visible in XXL without sharpening the photo. But this photo seems so smooth, and lights are so clean !
    • needspeed17
    • RedZone19
      @ObelicS You don't necessarily have to sharpen the image to boost lights, I prefer achieving such purpose by utilizing the layer attributes in PS, namely soft light, screen, and multiply. And I always work on a megascreenshot. It's hard to explain the process in detail because you'll need to alter your strategy with individual screenshot you acquired from the game (the time affects the lighting, the atmospheric display affects the tone...)
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    • RedZone19
      @needspeed17 I didn't use filters on this one, it's all mixing and manipulating with layer attributes :)
    • ObelicS
      @RedZone19 ty man ! I like the idea of megascreenshots, never done that, I might try. btw i know what you mean about layers, i will also experiment more with that !
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