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Old 21st October 2007, 12:20   #106
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Rtech's new love. Shot at my parking slot. Light source is one CFL (white) on top.

70-200mm. Colour correction and touch up done at 16bit mode. Original file size is 127mb in CMYK.

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Old 21st October 2007, 12:27   #107
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Unbielievable! Is this how they shoot all those poster pics?


Is the background a photoshop job? How did you set the WB?

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Rtech's new love. Shot at my parking slot. Light source is one CFL (white) on top.

70-200mm. Colour correction and touch up done at 16bit mode. Original file size is 127mb in CMYK.

FABULOUSLY done. Would have preferred not to have the front wheel chopped though. How did you manage the BG?
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Rurda as always awesome job! love the colors, working on the 16 bit file sure has its advantages...and it shows.


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Is this how they shoot all those poster pics?
Any poster/ad shot goes through a lot of image correction work. Going by your question..yes, this the process/way.
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Would have preferred not to have the front wheel chopped though. How did you manage the BG?
Whole job is on photoshop after Canon's software process.

Doc, I had to chop the front wheel because it wasn't matching the perspective.
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Wow! Rudra, if I ever decide to sell, I'm using your shots as the selling tool! Now email me the full size image so I can use it as a wallpaper.
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Wow! Rudra, if I ever decide to sell, I'm using your shots as the selling tool! Now email me the full size image so I can use it as a wallpaper.
Well, that worked for me.
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How where what Stratos! Awesome machines! How did you manage to get Fall colors? Something tells me its not SJC
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Stratos,

Those are some awesome pictures. Bookmarked this page, First Rudra sir and then Stratos. Love red!
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Hey TSK, this is San Ramon / Danville. There was a tiny exotic car show yestarday in this hilly town. Met Rehaan there too.
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this is on the Pacific highway 1, right after Big Sur?
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Old 22nd October 2007, 23:20   #118
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Stratos, don't go for photoshop motion blur. It's risky. Well most of the time.
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Stratos, don't go for photoshop motion blur. It's risky. Well most of the time.
Right - especially as the car is obviously stationary.
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Stratos, don't go for photoshop motion blur. It's risky. Well most of the time.
Oh..what do you mean by risky??? How do I use motion blur other than photoshop then?? My camera is just a Canon Power A520
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