The SUPER model CAR ( HDR )

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  1. deggimatt

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    the F50?

    Drowls...

    Im sorry I cant comment on the the quality of the picture Im bias I think its awesome I lOVE THAT cAR!!! (Id trade in my girlfriend for it)
     
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    I think Eddie Griffin has a "used" one for sale ;)

    Nice HDR,
    I like the texture it gives the car body, lot of reflections, looks very high polished.
    A bit under exposed in some areas, and theres an odd white haze on the front of the hood.
    Other than that, neato!

    ~John
     
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    Now its edited in PS
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    pretty sweet, i dont care for the background though because it looks like a bed... (is it?) otherwise its great, im pry going to see if i can take some HDR's of my car this weekend, i like the reflection effect!
     
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    I like this look for a photo. The last one is probably my favorite.
     
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    Thank you all for your feedback
     
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    what did you use to do this? photoshop? photomatix? other?
     
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    Yes I used 3 Shot HDI, Photomatix pro and potoshop cs2. The backround is a Bed :)
     
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    so do you just do post processing in photoshop or do you do HDR in that too? I've done a few hdr photos but they never come out as textured and surreal as yours, mine look more like a regular photo but exposed correctly throughout....
     
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    First I took a 3 different exposed photos. Then I generate the HDR in photomatix. Then I do the tone mapping. The first photo is the result of the Tone mapping only. The last ones are a bit edited in PS.
     

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