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Old Jan 29, 2015, 10:54 AM   #1
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Just playing with Photoshop and removing cars, signs and modern items from the picture.The old sephia tone and the square crop works great with this image.

I used the E3 + 14-54mm

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Old Jan 29, 2015, 11:55 AM   #2
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Hey Marcelo: I like that shot and the treatment that you chose for it.

It looks straight out of the 1890s and something that would be an illustration in a history book. Well done.
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Hey Marcelo: I like that shot and the treatment that you chose for it.

It looks straight out of the 1890s and something that would be an illustration in a history book. Well done.
Thank you Steven,

I like the effect and I am looking for other images to do the same and create a gallery of "Old NYC".
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Hey Marcelo

That works really well.. first glance you'd think it was a shot taken from the early 1900s.
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Hi Marcello. That is really, really well done. Excellent image.
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Nice work .... you are way more patient than me !!!!
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That works really well.. first glance you'd think it was a shot taken from the early 1900s.
Thank you Harj, I saw an old picture of the same street and I thought it will be nice to give mine the same look.

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Hi Marcello. That is really, really well done. Excellent image.
Thank you Greg, I really appreciate it.

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LOL, with the new tools in PS is easier to remove objects and clone it.

Thank you.
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Very nicely done.
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