Public domain photo of the Delft Water Tower in the late nineteenth century that was altered with the Topaz DeJPEG plug-in, then the Topaz DeNoise plug-in, then the Photoshop paintbrush, then the Topaz Detail plug-in (skin smoothing and sunset effects), then the Topaz ReStyle plug-in (apricot mornings and fire dipped waves effects), then the Topaz ReMask plug-in, then the Topaz Clean plug-in (flat and soft effect), then the Topaz Lens Effects plug-in (graduated color purple effect), then the Topaz Detail plug-in (soft and dreamy effect), then the Topaz Lens Effects plug-in (graduated color red effect; base image), then the AKVIS Sketch plug-in (fine line effect), then the base image was overlaid and merged with the fine lines image, then the Topaz Adjust plug-in (burning), then the Alien Skin Exposure plug-in (golden hour orange plus highlights effect), then the Topaz Lens Effects plug-in (graduated color blue violet effect), then the Alien Skin Exposure plug-in (color and tone adjustments as well as vignette effect), then the Topaz Impression plug-in (pastel 2 type 12 effect set to solid), then the Topaz Adjust plug-in (burning), then the Topaz ReStyle plug-in (azure and light sienna sunset effect), and then the Photoshop paintbrush. Public domain image courtesy of the Library of Congress.

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