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Before & After photos

Post by SpiffyPix on 2009-01-24, 18:51

I'll just post these as a guide to the work I do. The funny thing is, most of the work is done in PS and Camera Raw. Fun. Smile

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Re: Before & After photos

Post by HDArtist on 2009-01-25, 02:44

Just a matter of taste, but I like the originals better than the tonemapped ones. Yes, I'm a purist.
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Post by HDRJunkie on 2009-01-25, 08:37

You are definitely inspired by Ben Wilmore. These are great!
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Re: Before & After photos

Post by lvich on 2009-01-25, 12:52

I love these images, especially the second one! Care to share your technique for these?
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Re: Before & After photos

Post by SpiffyPix on 2009-01-25, 16:01

HDArtist wrote: Yes, I'm a purist.

Lol, admitting you have a problem is the first step toward recovery. Razz

That's why I wanted to develop a forum where purists are just as welcome as creationists and vice versa. Different opinions are what make the world go 'round.

And thanks, HDRJunkie & Ivich, for your kind comments. I will definitely share my process with you! When I do it, I'll post it on the techniques page.

I'm attaching one more before & after. I failed to mention in my earlier post that these were all created from three RAW exposures, +/- 2. The before is the normally exposed one. Smile

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Re: Before & After photos

Post by wattsbw2004 on 2009-01-27, 14:22

Here is one I did with a single Jpeg to show what you could do with it if you can't shoot RAW

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Post by lvich on 2009-01-27, 15:33

Very neat look!
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Re: Before & After photos

Post by Edge on 2009-02-09, 13:10

SpiffyPix, love that second car, plus the mono sky fits very well...

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