The Glowing Waterfall Look

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In this Glowing Waterfall look we will create a stunning waterfall using some fresh ingredients. First to get the water glowing, we will stir in some Glow and Sunshine filters. To bring out some detail and color, we will mix in Dynamic Contrast and a Photo filter. From there, we will top it off with a couple Local Adjustments, modified to taste.

 

Ingredients 
• Set Tone & Color
• Stir in Glow to Water
• A Sprinkle of Dynamic Contrast
• Some Sunshine to Style
• A Photo Filter for Warmth
• Local Adjustments to Garnish


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2 comments on “The Glowing Waterfall Look”

  1. On December 4, 2018 at 8:45 pm marc labro wrote:

    hello Dylan,
    Very nice tutorial and beautiful result in a very short time.
    Thanks sharing your experience with us.

    I am fan of this recipe series.
    Tutorials are short and give us ideas how to mix filters together for artistic effects.

    marc

  2. On December 6, 2018 at 6:49 am Wayne Gallagher wrote:

    Dylan

    Nicely done, I like having these short versions I can run through when time is available and get some ideas on “mixing and matching” for a specific look.

    Keep up the good work.

    Wayne

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