Love your window K1W1
Love your window K1W1
Decided to post one from a recent show that I didn't even provide to my client. They are simply not into this type of shot (past experience has proven that fact). But one that stuck out in my head that I can't stop looking at. There's nothing technically good about it. But sometimes it's just a feeling.
Went to the Jamestown (South Australia) airshow on the weekend and saw quite a few vintage planes, so I thought I'd experiment with some PP for that 'vintage' look. May not be everyone's cup of tea, but hey, there's no harm in trying. Here's a lovely Beechcraft Model 18, of which over 9000 were built between 1937 and 1970.
^ I dig it
I keep raving about MS ICE but every time I use it it just performs so well.
Here is a 15 exposure panorama. Manual metering, camera held in portrait, CH and just hold the shutter button down and swing from left to right.
The thing I like about this is that some of the guys were moving and in the individual shots you can see quite different body positions but ICE resolved the whole thing. I just hope MS never take this program out of beta because that will stuff it completely.
If you want the full size (3745 x 1024) version it's on my Flickr
i like the processing on that one Sir Les
Nice Pano K1W1, I envy your weather conditions. It's 2degrees celsius and raining here :/
Finally, after a looong wait. UPS didnt treat it well but the box took all the damage thankfully. Here's the first shot of it! :)
www.photoscape.org ). It's quite powerful, has loads of features and is very simple to use.
If I recall correctly I didn't have to crop the photo because for once I had moved in close enough so I didn't have to, I resized it, converted to b&w, messed around with brightness, contrast and a great feature called 'backlight' until I was happy, then applied one of the vignetting and 'antique' filters. All this took about 15 minutes -- and I'm a novice with the program.
Here's another one with a different 'antique' filter applied. Note that I didn't superimpose one aircraft above the other; the lower one (a Chinese-designed and built Nangchang CJ-6, based on the Russian Yak 18) was waiting to taxi for takeoff once the Beech 18 had passed overhead.
Great pp work. I love the vintage stuff...
Nice pano. I almost wish I'd not made the move to Mac, now that I see the kinds of results people are getting from some of the newer PC based software.