The Iron Gate at Eltham Court Palace


As I mentioned way back… I have had 3 blog posts produced on the Topaz Labs Blog.. I have felt very humbled in being asked, by Jodi Robbins, to write articles for them.   Anyway.. the post I wrote was about adding Paint Effect to Photos and I used a photograph of a gate that was taken at Eltham Palace in London.

I wanted to give the image some different processing techniques using Lightroom and of course my new found craze of the Powder Paint Effect method of processing.

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Irone Gate at Eltham Palace

The above photograph was given a golden look and I think it compliments the red in the image.

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Iron Gate – Eltham Palace

For the next image above, I wanted to use several of the tones in the photograph and I wanted to create a two-toned effect.

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Iron Gate – Eltham Palace

For the above image.. I wanted to try tones between the dusky pink and bronze palette and this was easily achievable due to the fact that on the background of my original image I used a gradient effect to the background layer.

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Iron Gate – Eltham Palace

For my last image.. I wanted the tones to keep more of a dusky pink to them… and I love the way that these processing techniques have created a different moods to the image.  And I think the two-toned image with its various shades of green and blue is my favourite out of all the images processed.

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