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Old 27th September 2009, 20:19   #1621
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Old 27th September 2009, 23:08   #1622
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Awesome! Came out brilliantly!

Here is another shot of my car.

I like the color combination (blue-red-green) very much, and the car's perspective. I didn't like too much of vignetting.

You could have moved the car to the side of the frame for a better composition.
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Old 28th September 2009, 03:56   #1623
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I like the color combination (blue-red-green) very much, and the car's perspective. I didn't like too much of vignetting.

You could have moved the car to the side of the frame for a better composition.
Am trying a few new techniques over PS and the outputs are not coming out good. Even I felt this pic to be too in your face If only my camera had a rotatable viewfinder on its LCD, I could have taken a better shot. This was a hit a trial
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Old 28th September 2009, 15:45   #1627
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I think I overdid it
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I think I overdid it
The shot looks good .
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Old 28th September 2009, 17:05   #1629
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The shot looks good .
Thanks mate Editing another pic now.
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@furioussphinx
Did you drop in the background? It kinda looks like it doesnt belong in there, good attempt i must say. The light has to match properly on your car so it looks realistic enough, also note that, not to leave edges when you mask .
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Did you drop in the background? It kinda looks like it doesnt belong in there, good attempt i must say. The light has to match properly on your car so it looks realistic enough, also note that, not to leave edges when you mask .
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Yes, I did get another background in the pic. This is my first attempt at this. Will have to practice. If you can give tips, would be great!
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My First attempt. The car was stationary. Comments solicited.
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@furioussphinx
A few things to note when you drop in backgrounds.
1) the merging line between 2 pics must be in accordance to the depth of feild of the shot, avoid sharp dividing lines between both the shots.
2)Observe the light in the background image and try to get the same reflection or at least reflection colors mapped on the car. I so this by matching light using an adjustment layer and then masking out at areas where i do not desire the color change.
3)Far away objects are blurred so if the droping image has a different object, try to simulate this. The only way to know what amount of blur is right, is to use your observation skills when you scout.
4)Match perspective.

That's all I can think of for now, I am in class taking a break from polygons and wire frames!
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