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Getting Creative with the Buzz Filter   Featured in Digital Darkroom #054
 
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Shelly A. Van Camp
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    Beautiful image! It looks a lot like a painting. I have the Buzz but I really don't know how to use it well.

8/11/2007 6:22:55 PM

 
Scott Stulberg
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Hi Shelley,
Buzz is a great PS filter. It's easy to use, but use it on an image that has color and looks like it might be nice as a painting. Then bring up the saturation after you are done, because Buzz desaturates. I show this and other cool things in my Photoshop Tips, Tricks and Filter Magic class here at BP, and Buzz is one of the class favorites. Good luck, Shelley! Scotty

8/11/2007 6:51:16 PM

 
Lois Latraverse
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I love using the buzz filter. Your Venice canal shot is wonderful...would love to go back there now that I'm involved in photography. I recently bought a new computer and am using Elements 5. I've tried to install my buzz software but it doesn't end up in the plug-in folder. Do you know if it can be used with Elements?

Lois Latraverse

9/15/2007 7:00:32 AM

 
Scott Stulberg
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Hi Lois,
Venice is pretty amzing..And Buzz helps those shots that need help , like this one. As for if it works with Elements......it doesn't say on the website..so not sure. You can download the demo for free and try it and see. the website is http://www.fo2pix.com/ good luck Lois!!! scotty

9/15/2007 9:45:15 AM

 
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