Public domain photo of man harvesting gladdon in the Norfolk Broads in the late nineteenth century that was altered with the Perfect Exposure plug-in (dehaze effect), then the Topaz DeJPEG plug-in, then the Topaz DeNoise plug-in, then the Alien Skin Exposure X2 plug-in (noise reduction adjustment), then the Photoshop paintbrush, then the Alien Skin Exposure X2 plug-in (Kodak technical pan effect), then the Photoshop paintbrush, then the Topaz Clarity plug-in (medium contrast and color pop effect), then the Topaz Adjust plug-in (dodging), then the AKVIS Sketch plug-in on the base image (soft stumping effect; soft stumping image), then the ON1 Photo 10 plug-in (contrast brush and dynamic contrast soft effect), then the Alien Skin Exposure X2 plug-in (dodging and crush blacks adjustment), then the Topaz Clarity plug-in (rings and stills effect; base image), then the AKVIS Sketch plug-in on the base image (detailed sketch effect; sketch image), then the soft stumping image was overlaid and merged with the sketch image, then the Topaz ReStyle plug-in (soft pearl effect), then the Alien Skin Exposure X2 plug-in (dodging as well as clarity and tone adjustments), then the Photoshop paintbrush, then the Topaz ReStyle plug-in (matte black and white effect), then the Topaz ReStyle plug-in (black and celeste grey effect), then the Photoshop paintbrush, then the ON1 Photo 10 plug-in (dynamic contrast soft effect), then the Alien Skin Exposure X2 plug-in (burning, vignette effect, and crush blacks adjustment), and then the Topaz ReStyle plug-in (black and celeste grey effect). Public domain image by Peter Henry Emerson courtesy of the Getty’s Open Content Program.

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