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    Werner
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    Hello @ll,

    Is anybody interested to learn or share knowledge about that technic:

    Link

    I'm very interested in that and maybe some of you know that allready and is willing to
    share it with others, or help with looking for tutorials?

    That's a very special technic (I think!!??) and i couldn't find useable articles about that.

    Look at that Dave Hill

    and: example

    Thank you............Werner


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    WoW what an awsome technique they look so surreal almost painted! I'll have a look around and see if I can find anything

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    Seen this before - I wouldn't know where to start - I'm sure if its out there our members will find it - oh no something else to destroy a few brains cells

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    Werner
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    Well, nobody seems to be interested

    Thanks for you help ebstoshiba!!

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    Werner - give them chance - Australia is in bed and they are only just getting out of bed across the US

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    Just a quickie...have you looked at AutoFX Software, i.e. "Mystical Tints and Tones" or some of their other...just a thought?
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    A clear conscience is usually the sign of a bad memory.
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    The first one has a tutorial that you can follow (I've used the high pass filter for sharpening an image before) but I'll have to try it out (it's also a brief tutorial which is cool, explaining how they created that look) I'll make it as an action so if anyone else wants to use it, they can...

    **MOD--Is there any way to upload things like that (actions, brushes, custom shapes, etc) to share here? Like a shared content catergory that we can upload the actions and stuff we've made?**

    Dave Hill's work is really cool, I'll have to go check out his entire gallery, but it looks like that "dragan" effect that jenweaver and emptybee have been posting examples of...some of them look like they've been colorwashed/bleach bypass, sort of like the images found here: http://timelessimages.deviantart.com.../#_featured--4

    The third link you posted looks like an indoor HDR type image, which you can find out more about it here: http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials...namic-range.htm

    http://www.popphoto.com/howto/3038/how-to-...nge-images.html


    I actually got a few hours sleep last night, otherwise I'd have probably been the first to reply LOL

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    Werner
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    Ok, ok, you are right

    Yes Rob, i know AutoFX. Nice Software, but that's not what i'm looking for.

    It's a special technique/technic(?). All i found out is -> It's a tricky workflow in Photoshop, but i can't find useful tutorials in the internet.
    Everbody who knows how to do that is not telling it to the public !

  • #9
    Werner
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    Of course i tried the tutorial, but it's just a "tip of the iceberg" and doesn't bring a real good result.

    HDR is no problem for me .

    But that technique is more. It uses HDR's to begin with the workflow.

    THX for the links!

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    Dave Hill Effect (this site is awesome for honing your photoshop skills..I've entered a few contests, but haven't won yet LOL) :
    http://www.worth1000.com/stories/thread.as...&eid=377806
    This is the link that tells you what you need to download:
    http://www.innographx.com/forum/viewtopic....4650dc050ffd7d5

    http://weblog.xanga.com/rantfoil/589226750...techniques.html

    I'll have to look up the rest of the sites I have bookmarked, and see if I can't find anything else useful for this technique..I know they have this lucisart plugin that you can use, it's basically like the high pass sharpening filter, I bought it, but haven't used it yet, so I'll have to give it a go. I know you can download a demo version, http://www.lucisart.com but the high pass sharpening plugin is free (from the link above that tells you what you need to download from photo-plugins)

    Edit: Wanted to add another link, this one is really close to the lucisart program, but without spending the 200 bucks...wish I'd have known about this tutorial before I got the lucis plugin.. http://enigma-photos.com/LucisArtTutorial/


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