Happy Halloween, everyone! I’m still playing around with Topaz Adjust, and I pulled out this old JPG file from last March. This picture was taken in Sedona, Arizona, just as the sun was setting behind to trees that were lined up almost perfectly in front of the sunset. I really liked the silhouette it created against the dusky sky.
I opened this shot in Topaz Adjust and played around with the different presets, just to get an idea of what effects they would have on the image. When I clicked on the “Dark – Night” preset, I knew I had found my perfect Halloween shot. Now it looks more like moonlight than sunset! Here’s the Spooky Tree, a la Topaz Adjust–click on the photo to view it large on black (as it should be!):
Be safe everyone, and enjoy this beginning of the fall/winter holiday season!