Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by [kane], Nov 28, 2008.
Hi, not much of a set
not much of a set but really decent!
Where was it taken? What lens and pp?
All info on Flickr.
HDR in Photomatrix
Softlight layer in photoshop
Great colours in this would also interested in what pp was done.
It looks way overdone IMHO ....
Way overdone, but it actually works like that, rather than most that you see.
A+ from me.
nice shot, but the HDR ruins it. the exposure across the frame doesn't look right, especially at the top half of the branch.
HDR, 3 RAW files, 2 stops over and under.
Tonemapping doing in detail mode in Photomatrix HDR 3.0
Soft light layer in Photoshop.
it alway makes me laugh how people go on about how 'techincally its not this or that', who cares! that's a dramatic shot very well done.
I say if that was hanging up on the wall would it make you stop and look at it?..... yes it would.....
Thanks, and that's half the job done if the same person stops and asks 'how much.....' your almost there ;P
You've been knocking out some damn nice shots lately Kane. Another winner
+1 i like the fact that it looks over processed. It'd be a great wall print.
Ummmmm, it is up on my RedBubble account
About $120.00 for the medium, which is 20% markup.
Canvas and card also available.
love the shot
I agree. Sometimes overdone is just fine, depending on how it's done and the effect you want to achieve. This one's a cracker in my book. Maybe a tinge too much green on the left (desaturate that a bit), otherwise great.
Thanks all for feedback and comments.
I agree with the green, prob is a tad too bright. There is always a fine line with HDR images, too far, not far enough etc....
I tend to try make mine as 'natural' as I can, but I also love the dramatic effects.
Kane, this is excellent ! I'm seriously thinking of buying this as a print. Well done mate.
Thanks very much.
Wellington point Qld... Right ?