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  • Another Nomination!

    Wow, too cool.

    The challenge for June in the landscape section of The Nikonians was Digital Artistry (i.e., have at it in Photoshop, etc.). I got nominated for this shot. It is a 5 shot HDR image that I "painted" with Topaz Simplify. Hope you like.



  • #2
    I remember when you originally posted this, can you link to the original thread?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Fancypants
      I remember when you originally posted this, can you link to the original thread?
      You may be thinking of this thread.

      http://www.tweakcityaudio.com/forum/...read.php?t=524

      Actually, I don't think I have ever posted this image. The image that got nominated has my son in the image, but the one's I posted do not have him in the images.

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      • #4
        Really nice shot & effect. It actually looks painted and organic, rather than the kind of blobby posterized look that you often get with "painterly" plug-ins. Very nice work.

        Jim C

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mike4AU
          You may be thinking of this thread.

          http://www.tweakcityaudio.com/forum/...read.php?t=524

          Actually, I don't think I have ever posted this image. The image that got nominated has my son in the image, but the one's I posted do not have him in the images.
          lol, I did notice the kid in this one, but cut me a little slack, it's the same building... you even did one "painted" in the original thread!

          I was really just wanting to go back and read about how you did it so I can recommend the technology to my wife, who has shown an interest in photography as of late.

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          • #6
            Fancy, will your wife's camera do "bracketing?" I cannot recall if I mentioned in the previous thread that I used Photomatix to produce the HDRI. It is not very expensive and fairly easy to use (at least I think it is).

            Good luck.

            Mike

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            • #7
              She has a Canon Rebel XS, doing a quick google search it looks like it does... but I'm not 100% what that even is lol.

              **Edit**

              Per this Yahoo Answers post, I am pretty sure it does do the bracketing, but what exactly is that?
              http://answers.yahoo.com/question/in...2121020AAS51nu

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              • #8
                FP, take a look at this video. While he uses a D300, the technique will apply to other cameras. This will give you a better understanding of the HDRI stuff.

                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJS6X...eature=related

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