- August 26, 2012
- Canon EOS 500D
- Sigma 10-20 EX 3.5@10mm
- Shooting Style Hand Held
- Shoots Number Single RAW File
- Exposures Number -2,0,+2
- Editing Software Photomatix Pro / Photoshop / Others
- File Format RAW
- Notes No "actual" noise,blown highlights or clipped shadows are present :-)
This was "created" using literally dozens of layers of filtering and adjustments to get the look I was after.Two of those filters were used to add grain and a washed out vignette.As a result,for those who vote on this,it will be interesting to see what you think...not your normal HDR by any means :-)
I always like to see new techniques being used, and I think it had paid off for you here. I would hang it on my wall no probs. !!
I like it very much!!!Fav
Really nice approach, but I like the "real HDR" more ...
Agree with Mitch!
super job - how about a tutorial Paul :)
Perfect lacquer. Like the color and shine! The "color seperation" works good for my eyes on this subject.
I love the fact that you branched out and tired a different technique, BUT IMHO it's a little over saturated in the red.
Superb Paul, like this technique reminds me of 'Laddy's' processing on some of his images...
a difficult job ....
It would be perfect for me, if the red car was less saturated the background with retro style seems very good, and I love it when someone it risks doing something different.
potd for me
My kind of photo, Perfect for my eye :)
Nice approach. I'm not worried about the colour. 'Over saturation' is not an issue as these old car are often painted in 'over saturated' colours.
I really like the reduced colors and the bang-red-car! Cool...