Robertson County Plaque
Historic marker on US 79 near Franklin in Robertson County, Texas. Here's proof Lightroom and Photoshop are not necessary to apply a little creative touch to an ordinary shot. More applications were used, but the workflow was just as simple, and DxO does a much better job than Lightroom rendering micro four thirds raw files because of its extensive lens database. This marker, mounted horizontally, is on a roadside stone about waist high, making it impossible to get proper perspective with a handheld shot. However, the correction is done as easily in DxO as in Lightroom. A digital selenium look, replicating the antique darkroom print effect, was added. Raw conversion in DxO Optics Pro 11 Elite with lens correction in DxO ViewPoint 2. Post processing in PhotoLine 19.5, Topaz Detail 3, Topaz B&W Effects (Selenium II) and Zoner Photo Studio 18.
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