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12/13/2016 02:30:29 AM · #1
take an image and process it as an Everfilter like picture.
It is actually very popular in Japan.
Everfilter is an app. for smartphone, but the same result can be achieved using your own editing software.
12/13/2016 03:18:58 AM · #2
But who will supply the sunglasses required for viewing?
12/13/2016 03:36:18 AM · #3
Ugh - no thanks.

Well one less challenge for me to look at and vote on if it gets scheduled.
12/13/2016 07:52:13 AM · #4
So, basically, you're proposing a "Garish HDR" challenge?
12/13/2016 09:00:02 AM · #5
The Everfilter effect is the Japanese Manga cartoon style of strong outlines, and very bright skies with ultra white clouds.
I was thinking of getting real professional photographers here at DPC to take the challenge of this new trend in photography (In Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, and many other Asian countries)
Some examples:
everfilter-featured.jpg
link-tai-ung-dung-everfilter-cho-ios-tai-file-everfilter-apk-cho-android-3.jpg
PNKkF0UrmJ75EuNS_Qy7nvmLY4jRYJOIgmrFCrdrSw49VcjmvOokju3f79K2PV7baQ=w300

12/13/2016 11:49:40 AM · #6
Thanks for posting the examples, Georges. I want to try it, looks like fun. I'll go get the filter app. If nothing else, it'd be fun in a side challenge.
12/13/2016 12:33:11 PM · #7
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

So, basically, you're proposing a "Garish HDR" challenge?

No, not garish.
12/13/2016 01:32:59 PM · #8
Alas, Everfilter announced that due to a copyright complaint the app is no longer in the App Store or Google play.

What?

It may not work with a challenge here, it seems to add its own clouds to the sky. Plus, it seems to have other issues.

Message edited by author 2016-12-13 13:43:31.
12/13/2016 01:41:43 PM · #9
So I guess the "challenge" has become:

"Create a Ps action that uses the native Ps filters to achieve the Everfilter effect, and use it on your challenge image."

Frankly, I actually like the effect, though I imagine that it will work much better with some subjects than others, and it might get old pretty quick.
12/13/2016 02:13:05 PM · #10
Originally posted by kirbic:

Frankly, I actually like the effect, though I imagine that it will work much better with some subjects than others, and it might get old pretty quick.

I think it would be very effective for book illustrations -- has that pastel/watercolor look which can make an actual place appear fictional.

I'm sure it involves Adjustment Layers in addition to any filters.
12/13/2016 02:25:50 PM · #11
Originally posted by GeneralE:

I think it would be very effective for book illustrations -- has that pastel/watercolor look which can make an actual place appear fictional.


Yes! Probably partly the reason it is calls forth comparisons to Manga illustrations.

Originally posted by GeneralE:

I'm sure it involves Adjustment Layers in addition to any filters.


No doubt. Every scene is likely going to need a little manual tweaking. Thinking that an action can put the basic structure in place, and the user will need to tweak settings.

12/13/2016 04:04:57 PM · #12
Lets do it!
12/13/2016 06:53:24 PM · #13
https://www.apk4fun.com/apk/115026/

Message edited by Bear_Music - parsed link.
12/13/2016 07:06:32 PM · #14
I actually like this!! Let's do it.
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