Keith Parris  


The McClendon House by Keith Parris

May 2022 - The McClendon House

May 2022 - Keith Parris

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About the Image(s)

The McClendon House, built in 1878, became a Tyler, Texas historical landmark in 1984. https://mcclendonhouse.net/ I made this photograph on 07 April 2022.

I do not remember the specific workflow that I followed to process this photograph. However, I probably began with Adobe Camera Raw where optics and perspective corrections were made and opened it in Adobe Photoshop where Topaz DeNoise AI, Luminar Neo, Luminar 4, and Topaz Sharpen AI were invoked as plug-ins. The sky was replaced with the Luminar Neo plug-in.


7 comments posted




Holly Moore   Holly Moore
Love the architecture of the house. Trees frame it well and I like the angle of the shot. You might consider darkening the sidewalks and the corners of the foreground. You could also clone out a couple of the flowers/weeds in the foreground.   Posted: 05/03/2022 12:28:44



Stuart Caine   Stuart Caine
A very nice, sharp and colorful image Of the McClendon House, I like the colorful contrast between the house, trees, sky and flowers. A very nice image.   Posted: 05/03/2022 14:14:53



Robert Schleif   Robert Schleif
The house is interesting in itself, and the photograph was taken from a position that produces very pleasing perspective. I'd like it more if the sun's position in the sky were consistent between the shot of the house and the shot of the substituted sky.   Posted: 05/04/2022 08:19:09



Michael Braunstein   Michael Braunstein
Lovely photo. I would get rid of the hot spots in fron and the camera if that is a camera.
  Posted: 05/04/2022 08:26:29



Michael Braunstein   Michael Braunstein
  Posted: 05/04/2022 08:26:38



Robert Schleif   Robert Schleif
On the Group 42 home page, the sky in Holly's image with the bus looks normal, but side-by-side with Keith's image, Keith's sky seems to have too much green. I think I've commented the last couple months on Keith's skies, and the appearance of the previous images and comparing the images on the group home page seems to suggest that there is something in Keith's work flow that is introducing too much green when he replaces the real sky using the Neo plug-in.   Posted: 05/06/2022 19:21:27



Bev Caine   Bev Caine
(Group 48)
Love everything you did to get this result.   Posted: 05/13/2022 20:58:15



 

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