Even a junkyard can look good !

Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by Triplenickle, Aug 22, 2009.

  1. andrewdale
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    Man.

    Some of the processing on those makes my head want to explode!
     
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    What did you do to make the photographs have that extra more vibrant effect? They're beautiful photos.
     
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    I love HDR and hypersaturation, but that's a bit much.
     
  6. Triplenickle
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    Thanks... for all the comments. I am happy all of you enjoyed them.

    It takes a lot of work to make even a junkyard look good!

    All images were 3 exposures.. processed in Photomatix Pro, then tweaked with
    Topaz Detail....

    Mark
     
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    I like the Wildflower Rover photo.

    As for the effects... well...

    I guess the way to put it: if you look at a photo and consciously think "effect"... then it's way too much effect.
     
  8. Triplenickle
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    Boy, you guys need to "get out more often" and look at more HDR... these are actually mild. I don't care for the grunge effect which is what I think you are referring to... :D

    Thanks for looking!
     
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    The details in the pictures look stunning. Nice HDRs but like others said, toning it down a little bit would preserve the details but make them look more realistic.

    Unless you're going for this look. But overall, it's quite a nice look. Not something I stare at for a while though haha
     
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    Don't take it personally- I think the photography itself looks nice.

    As for HDR- someone said it pretty well once on Flickr, where every other person with a camera eventually tries their hand at HDR photos, with obvious mixed results:

    "Good HDR is not immediately apparent HDR, bad HDR is over done tone mapping and excruciatingly and obviously bad."

    Yup. ;)
     
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    No it's not. Perhaps you need to look at more HDR.


    These HDR photos are an absolute eyesore, but if they were just normal photos, they'd probably look quite good.
     
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    Mild?

    When you eat hot wings...is NUCLEAR: mild to you? :D

    Overdone HDR always reminds me of:
    nickburns-rainbowpuke.gif
     
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    I did a similar collection when I was in my senior year of high school taking AP 2D. Basically had an assortment of images ranging from toilets, to trash dumps, to run down buildings. Did similar effects-- most people really enjoyed the collection even though it's actual imagery was centered around things that people would not consider art.
     
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    Way over the top. Kinda looks like a comic book.
     

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