Public domain photo of Mont Saint-Michel in the late nineteenth century that was altered with the Photoshop paintbrush, then the Topaz DeJPEG plug-in, then the Topaz DeNoise plug-in, then the Topaz Clarity plug-in (morning dew effect), then the Topaz Clarity plug-in (contrast boost edgy effect), then the Topaz ReStyle plug-in (tree house effect), then the Topaz Detail plug-in (feature enhancement effect), then the ON1 Photo 10 plug-in (purifying highlights and white shift effects), then the Topaz Clean plug-in (edge boost effect), the Topaz Texture plug-in (basic black and white effect), then the Topaz Impression plug-in (custom pencil stroke 14 effect), then the Photoshop paintbrush, then the Nik Color Efex Pro 4 plug-in (darken/lighten center effect), then the Topaz Clarity plug-in (micro color boost effect), then the Photoshop paintbrush, then the Alien Skin Exposure X3 plug-in (clarity brush as well as vibrance and saturation adjustments), then the Topaz ReStyle plug-in (timber wolf black effect), then the Topaz Impression plug-in on the base image (pastel 2 stroke 5 set to solid), and then the Alien Skin Exposure X3 plug-in (burning and dodging). 8″x12″. Public domain image courtesy of the Library of Congress. High resolution JPEG image download on Flickr.

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