Old Master Style Photo Painting
Here's How to Give a Traditional
Painted Effect to Any Digital Photo
Painting Created at AnyMaking.com
Some time back, I took a point-and-shoot snapshot of
an apple, fresh from the tree. I liked the
apple, but not the photo. The lighting was as
dull as my photography skills. The image was
pale and boring.
I decided to experiment
with the photo to make it more interesting so I
searched for special effects among dozens of
free online photo editors.
I stumbled on AnyMaking.com. It's a free and fun
photo-effects web site. It turned my apple
snapshot into something that reminds me of a
Renaissance fresco. Just imagine what it could
do with a better photograph?
If you'd like to give it a try with your photos,
just click below to visit AnyMaking.com. Click
on "HDR effect" and then upload one of your
photos from your computer, disk or cell phone.
When your image appears, adjust the saturation
so that the colors are a little more vibrant
than you'd like them to be. Then, hit the "Apply
Effects" button and wait. The processing may
take a minute or more. That will seem like an
eternity. But, it took Michelangelo even longer
to do his stuff.
When your new image appears, you can adjust the
color saturation and "Strength" of the effect as
often as you like. When you're happy with your
fresco, save it and you're done. Just make sure
to give it a new name so that you don't
overwrite the original image file.
Add Photo Painting Effects
to Your Digital Photos at AnyMaking.com >>>