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|16th May 2008, 16:32||#376|
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Join Date: Jun 2006
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Mans,I couldn't up load the pic yesterday.Good that you did it .I was speechless for some time when i received the pic from Rudra sir.Thanks a million sir for the patience and the genius of work you have done.
|16th May 2008, 16:38||#377|
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huh!!! this is an amazing work!!! Truly professional!! It looks a totally diff location!!!
Kudos Rudra! Never thought a pic can be transformed so much!!
Manoj, its done on your canvas!!! So whenz the pizzaa..???!!
|16th May 2008, 16:47||#378|
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was that background actually there? or was it photoshopped in? I mean the sky with the clouds. I get the feeling that the sky was selectively darkened enough to bring out the details, without darkening the car at the same time.
|19th May 2008, 09:57||#380|
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@Rudra: loved ur editing and photography man.... PS is like viatnamese to me... but the results after PS are really really very impressive....
|19th May 2008, 23:56||#383|
This is probably the first pic I took in manual mode using my friend's Canon Powershot S5 IS. Just played around with the settings to get this. This is late evening after sunset under a sodium vapour lamp.
I am now using picasa to see if I can improve it a bit.
So what do you guys say? Is there any hope at all from this? criticism is welcome as I want to learn.
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|20th May 2008, 14:17||#390|
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Guys, Photoshopping is not a fairy tale kiss, it can't turn any frog into a prince. Photoshopping should be used to turn rough uncut diamond into a polished and cut diamond. If the photo doesn't have potential, it is better to delete than apply a thick coat of PS makeup. I delete most of the images I shoot, once I view it on the computer monitor. Once you employ ruthless quality control, the average image quality of your shots will increase.
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