I was testing the new version of Perfectly Clear Complete V3 using this image of a recent trip to NYC.
A simple iPhone photo was taken on my way to Grand Central Station. I first edited in Adobe Photoshop CC to remove some wires that were in the middle and that didn’t need to be there. I also cropped and did some Lens Correction.
It was my first time using the Lens Correction filter and I was curious to see that the lenses do not include the latest generation of iPhones. It only has up to iPhone 6. What’s up with that Adobe?
I then moved the file into Google’s Nik Perfect Efex and added some Pro contrast. Next, a quick trip to Perfectly Clear Complete V3 and finally a conversion to black and white using Nik Silver Efex.
I particularly like the lines and the reflections on the front building, as well as the contrast between the new construction and the old in the back.
I clear example of the stories you can find in NYC. The contrast of Old and New…