New technique

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  1. tpe

    tpe TPF Noob!

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    Well for me anyway :).

    If you could tell me what looks processed in this and how, if it turned out good or bad I would really apreciate it.

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    thanks for looking.

    tim
     
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    Good shot, nice and sharp. Nothing really screams post processing.
     
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    Whoa! Not what I was expecting. I don't see anything that stands out to me that says processing. If I was going to guess, I'd say the background.
     
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    Uh. .. Has great DOF through it?
     
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    I am very glad it does not look too processed :). Abraxas picked out the technique, it is a combination of 12 different shots, stacked to give the DOF, it seemed like it got over sharp, and some nasty artifacts appearing around the blown out highlights, so i put one of the out of focus shots on to get rid of the oversharp effect at about 30%, just to see if i can get something usable out of it. It seems there are some problems with the program i used (see here for details), hopefully because i have not been able to adjust the settings properly. Looks like some more work is needed, that and the subject has to stay still. I was hand holding a reflector and the programm removed the lighting from it, as i moved it.


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    Wow.
    I would never guess. It looks great.

    Dani
     
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    just looks so natural, if you hadn't said it was separate photos I'd never of known
     

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