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Old 28th December 2007, 23:12   #211
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i took this pic a long time back. pic taken at Rajarhat, Kolkata.

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Old 30th December 2007, 20:24   #212
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Samurai, That is a breathtaking picture. Nice composure san.
@planet_rocker. Your fiat rocks man. The texture is just too good on the picture. The gravel just lends a beautiful balance to the glossy coat of the car. And btw , it is difficult to shoot a black beauty. You have just dont it well. The trick is to get some shine off the car.
Well, if i were to pick the bones, i would have had the front wheels turned the other way around and shown off the shiny hub caps. Would be complete
Also, i dont know if you intended it this ay, but for the green fields in the background it would have almost been a natural grayscale image.

Nice pic dude
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Planet rocker.
Nice pic but i think u should not had the Wagon R parked next to your car.
Rest is perfect.
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Old 2nd January 2008, 09:59   #214
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Planet rocker.
Nice pic but i think u should not had the Wagon R parked next to your car.
Rest is perfect.
Hey, good one. Did not notice that
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@Samurai, that's a beautiful picture.
@kpzen, that's a sharp pair of eyes you've got.
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@ KP / Venkatesh - you guys are - the i actually tried to PS the image and get rid of the wagon R reflection - but couldnt do it. also this is the only pic which i had in which the car is the subject.

plus - i am not that good with PS.
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Planet rocker.
Some PS work by rOaD aSsaSiN...

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wow! awsome!
@ road assasin - how on earth did you manage to get the complete reflection of the building on the rear left door... awsome work! loved it.
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Good Pic planet Rocker.

Amazing PS work done by road assasin.
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wow! awsome!
@ road assasin - how on earth did you manage to get the complete reflection of the building on the rear left door... awsome work! loved it.
thanks a lot for your compliments.
actually the building on the rear door is totally reconstructed in PS..
if you see carefully it doesn't has that many of windows.
by the way i have to say this is till now the best patchwork i have done..
and the way planet_rocker has maintained the car i salute you.
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Old 5th January 2008, 08:50   #222
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At Coorg, early morning. It's good time to shoot cars but light changes very rapidly. I'm happy that car survived those horrible roads there. Jaggu's car shot will follow soon.

It's a HDR process with only three steps.



EOS 1Ds MarkII/70-200 f2.8L @78mm. Speed: 1 second

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Old 5th January 2008, 09:57   #223
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Fantastic shot rudra, it has come out very well.

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It's a HDR process with only three steps.
Can you please give us a step by step explanation of how to do this?

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HDR as i understand involves blending of multiple exposure, if then how is that there is only one exif??? did you use Auto Exposure Bracketing.

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Rudraji, awesome pic as usual. Loved the black beauty.
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HDR as i understand involves blending of multiple exposure, if then how is that there is only one exif??? did you use Auto Exposure Bracketing.
You understand right and Auto Exposure Bracketing doesn't work for HDR. What you see as exif is my average and it's not right in true sense.

I did not follow regular HDR process. My exposure changes happened in EV dial only. It's a tried and tested process for me and for years.

For Krishna and others:

http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...&ct=image&cd=1

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