Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Jonny Chimpo, Jun 18, 2006.
i like 'em
love the colors..care to explain your pp work?
First one was done all in camera using filters. Second one was just a curves adjustment.
just a graduated filter? The second one looks cool too...curves on individual channels?
1. Multiple filters (CP, 2x ND, Sunset grad and 4x soft ND grad, iirc)
2. Of course
OMG look at all that vingetting!!!!!!! You must be using shitty lenses on a fool frame camera!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111111oneoneone.
Kidding. Nice shots. I do see posterization in the upper righthand corner of the 2nd one though. I guess that's just the jpg compression for the web though.
Those are goregeous.
Like the cross-processed look on the second one.
first one done all in camera? I didn't know HDR was done In-camera
By the way I love the first one. I look forward to opening your threads.
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the first one is just great! the second one tends to look a little bland, especially with your choice of colors...maybe if the car was a bit more colorful it would look ok.
I really do like that first one though.
I agree, the first one is awesome!
i love both. especially num 1
He asked about the colors, and that was done in camera. The HDR work is exremely subtle on that one. I just wanted to increase the DMAX detail on the bottom of the lead car by about 1/3 stop, everything else was fine in the normal exposure. (this, BTW, is a big clue on how I use HDR in my work )
Thanks to all for the props.
I keep thinking the same thing. I'll probably make a variation with a bit more color on the car to make it pop a bit.
This was, however, exactly what I was going for. I wanted an old washed out, cross processed, look for that image. I could probably go a bit further with it to make it look a little sun damaged too. I had this idea in my head that I wanted to use this location for some slightly surreal colored images.
For some reason I have this mental picture of some scenes from the movie Gattaca in mind when I look at this location.
1st photo is magazine quality with a little strategic cropping. good work