Old Wedding Car HDR

This is a discussion on Old Wedding Car HDR within the IR & HDR Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; George really great work. I like the second one the best not sure why just my favorite LOL...


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    George really great work. I like the second one the best not sure why just my favorite LOL
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    I like the first one best,it still retains the look of a photo.The second one looks like a color pencil drawing to me.Not that that's a bad thing,it just doesn't look like a photo anymore.
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    I like all of them George! I hope you are able to get these to the wedding couple somehow...they will cherish them.
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    Heather wish I could it was an opportunist photo - I had thought about it though

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    George - what a cool find spotting this!

    the first one look really really good!! I do like the 2nd one but the 1st one has a really good HDR look to it.

    Now the Post Processing that really takes the cake is the sepia toned one. that looks fantastic. was that a lightroom preset or one your B&W actions in PS from the styler plug in?
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    Jen it was a combination of allsorts

    1. Clarity in Lightroom and some detail adjustments
    2. ReDynamix in Photoshop
    3. Bleach bypass prset in Lightroom
    4. Manual adjustments to darken further
    5. Sepia preset in Lightroom

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    Thx Bud
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