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what filter is being used


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rossafrica1

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I recently saw this picture someone posted on FB im a new photographer and learing photoshop , but it looks as this picture they are using some sort of preset or filter option.  Could you guys gave me an idea of how it was done thanks. 

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There are filters like that in most filter packs. It might be something like an overdone pseudo-HDR.



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Or one of the Topaz apps...it is definitely changing the white balance among other parts of the image...



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The rendering looks as if some « convert to drawing » processing has been applied. As Peter and Tom said, their are different packs that exist for obtaining this result, but it doesn’t necessarily require a computer for such effect, there are also apps like Pinterest&co for phones or tablets that can achieve this - especially if it is only aimed for publishing on Facebook.