From the weekend while I was at Excel, I processed this image of Poplar DLR station from the RAW file, then in DxO Labs FilmPack v2, and liked the Selenium toning option, in keeping with the style of the image. I chose not to add grain, so as to maintain smooth sky and detail on the platform and tracks.

For more details, go to http://www.dxolabs.com where there’s a free trial download of the software. You may also be interested in checking out http://www.duggal.com for more information on the expert development partner that DxO chose to work with.

As usual, visit http://nickbland.zenfolio.com for a separate LX3 gallery dedicated to DxO Labs FilmPack v2 conversions, where you can see how well it works with LX3 high-res files – enjoy !

  1. I love the composition and the diagonal line gives the photograph a strong guidance.

  2. nickbland says:

    Good to hear from you, and thanks for your comments … this is perhaps a more unusual shot from me, but I was particularly pleased with the selenium toning, having tried a few other toning filters that hadn’t quite nailed it.
    Hope all’s well with you !
    All the best,

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