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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Brad Hardy, Feb 1, 2008.

  1. Parkerman

    Parkerman TPF Noob!

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    Hmm, I dont really know how to describe it. It has a very smooth/deep look to it. I've seen stuff before done like it. Just kinda wondering what techniques you might be using in the post processing of it. Maybe that might help out some on more of what im trying to say. I'm basically just wondering how you achieved the over all effect of the image.


     
  2. TATTRAT

    TATTRAT No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    damn, and how did you make that?

    Awesome man!
     
  3. Brad Hardy

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    About 6 years worth of late nights clicking, dragging, trying and failing. haha.
    I'll tell you this much, levels and curves play a big role here.


     
  4. TATTRAT

    TATTRAT No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    regardless, the end result is killer man, awesome. I guess it is proof that practice makes perfect.

    I have SO much to learn.
     
  5. Parkerman

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    Heh, yea.. I've had 2 terms of photoshop classes... And I've still feel like I've got a long ways to go.
     
  6. Brad Hardy

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    Bro, thanks SO much for the kind words. I appriciate that more then you know. As far as your closing words "I have SO much to learn", by the look of your photos you don't have THAT much to learn. Your stuff is sick.
     
  7. Brad Hardy

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    Come on now dude, you don't have that long a ways to go. Much like TAT, your photos are sick. You've got A TON of texture in your photos. Texture makes for a post processing feild day.
     
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    The photo is just perfect, looks pretty much like the flat I share with my friends. And your post processing skills are simply insane. Love every bit of it.
     
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    Love the photo, as with all your others the composition and esp post processing is spot on. Keep up the good work. :) :thumbup:

    Out of interest do you take these for school/uni/work or just for fun?
     
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    WOW! What a motley looking crew!

    Great work Brad, you do have talent.
     
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    Hi Brad,

    This image is indredible. I keep going back to it over and over.

    Being more of a beginner I am wondering the same thing as Parkerman,
    How the hell did you do it??? How many exposures did you make before this result? How did you get these guys to seem so natural, but seem surprised.

    This is the type of image that I would have the most trouble with. I totally
    feel it man. BRAVO!!!

    Tommy
     
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    very cool and very creative.

    ever seen the movie Multiplicity?
     

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