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Artborghi’s Painted Love for the Appenzell Alps of Switzerland: How to Transform Your Best Shots in Black and White Art

By Artborghi @artborghi

Artborghi is no painter, but still pretends being one by playing with digital photography. Click each of these pictures to enjoy the full details of a ink drawing-like.


By playing with black and white conversion values and thresholds , here are the results.


Are you curious to know how the original pictures looked like? Click here or here for a couple of examples.


On the boat picture, the Säntis antenna is visible on one of the most picturesque peaks of Switzerland.


These pictures were shot in the amazingly beautiful region of Appenzell, CH. High mountains, narrow valleys and Alpine lakes. Visit it to enjoy it in full colours!

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