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  1. #10301
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    Shot a 2005 bmw 630i today:


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    Is something like this better? Sorry for the smaller size.

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  3. #10303
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    Quote Originally Posted by photowerkz View Post
    Shot a 2005 bmw 630i today:

    WOW!!!! How did you process that shot???
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  4. #10304
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    Quote Originally Posted by faisal View Post
    WOW!!!! How did you process that shot???
    With love The picture consists of parts from 7 different exposures. Used a few filters and such, some free-hand editing etc etc. The .PSD file is a heap of layers and measures 787mb in size. I need a more powerfull computer..

  5. #10305
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    That looks Supernatural Photowerkz.
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  6. #10306
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    Quote Originally Posted by photowerkz View Post
    With love The picture consists of parts from 7 different exposures. Used a few filters and such, some free-hand editing etc etc. The .PSD file is a heap of layers and measures 787mb in size. I need a more powerfull computer..
    I have an idea of how you've done it, but my computer will never be able to handle that 787mb files...plus it'll take me a few months to get it right...
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  7. #10307
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKoopaBros View Post
    Is something like this better? Sorry for the smaller size.
    I prefer that image.

  8. #10308
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    I prefer that image.
    Alright, thanks.

    And wow awesome image photowerkz. :O
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  9. #10309
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    photowerkz, my opinion is a little different than what others have said. The image has way too much grey. The car doesnt capture my eye/attention. I keep wandering up towards the top of the building. I think if you did something to draw the attention to the car, it would be very impressive. Maybe lighten the car a bit and darken the background a tad? I dunno, just my thoughts.
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  10. #10310
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    Yeah i feel though its not the exposure levels of the building but more the contrast/focus of the building renders it so sharply...in some ways thats a good thing with the windows, but in other ways i find it distracting, even though the car is quite sharp too. Maybe as jcon said having a duller image for the building might solve all this.
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