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; Took this the other day at the park and had overlooked it because the colours were washed out and kinda flat, anyway a little bored ...


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    Took this the other day at the park and had overlooked it because the colours were washed out and kinda flat, anyway a little bored today and revisited it sucking it through Lightroom, Re-dynamix and then back into Lightoom to run some more pre-sets against it.

    Not everyones cup of tea this type of processing but I gotta admit its better than the original and I bet the photographer at the wedding didn't do them one like this



    Heres another view of it - kinda spoiled by the people



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    Well done, George! Love the vintage postcard look of this image
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    Thanks MOD like or hate this look its better than the original

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    I don't think the people spoil the second one at all. I like it!


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    Thanks Dane I must admit I like the angle and detail better on #2 - better go and record the steps I took to get this

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    I really like these...all that post correcting works here. Agree with Mod, these have more of a drawing/postcard feel to them. They are both very nice, but forced to chose, # 2 would be mine. Well done Yorky.
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    These are both great shots, and great PP Yorkie.
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    Is it OK for me to disagree with the majority? I am most drawn to #1! And, I love the idea of using the old car for a wedding. Neat!

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    I really like #2 George. It does have that vintage post card look to it and I just love the looks of those. Nice job.

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    Is it OK for me to disagree with the majority?
    Sue your opinion is always respected


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