Wrecked

Discussion in 'HDR Discussions' started by pcr1968, Mar 18, 2010.

  1. pcr1968

    pcr1968 TPF Noob!

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    * I think I should have ran a slight burn over the highlights of the foliage.
     
  2. Mendoza

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    Great subject but if I understand your self-critique correctly, then it's true the foliage does compete with the car for attention. If there was some way of re-balancing it to place slightly more emphasis on the car then that may be the way to go. Otherwise I love this kind of shot.
     
  3. cnutco

    cnutco No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I agree with you... THe colors in the old car are wonderful, but that foliage is over powering.

    Do you think you could process in two layers?
     
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    What a curious photo. I dont know why but I cant look at it for long. There are no bright colors, but there is something my eyes dont like.
     
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    I think its cool. In real life, the plants are slowly coving up the vehicle. the way you processed it, it looks like its slowly emerging from the plants instead. I like it.
     

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