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Aug 19, 2016 16:46 |  #16

lenscap1 wrote in post #18099833 (external link)
Photoshop effects are outdated looking my friend. Also what made you decide to place her behind a log that crops her feet/legs awkwardly in every shot?

Dude there is 0 Photoshop involved here.
All captured in camera.


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Aug 19, 2016 16:53 |  #17

I find the logs are a distraction in the images but some nice shots and ideas.




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Aug 19, 2016 18:09 |  #18

Van Gogh wrote in post #18100266 (external link)
Dude there is 0 Photoshop involved here.
All captured in camera.

So you didn't blend images/layers in Photoshop, the water was just floating infront of the model?! Lol

Sorry man, i know how you did it and it's kinda outdated imo




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Aug 19, 2016 19:23 |  #19

lenscap1 wrote in post #18100324 (external link)
So you didn't blend images/layers in Photoshop, the water was just floating infront of the model?! Lol

Sorry man, i know how you did it and it's kinda outdated imo

Look at the perspective, the water is in front of the log at her feet, she is behind it. I couldn't say whether he composited the image, but it's 100% possible to do all of that in-camera.

Also, you are not offering constructive criticism, merely flinging insults which is not in the spirit of the forum.


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Aug 19, 2016 19:30 |  #20

lenscap1 wrote in post #18100324 (external link)
So you didn't blend images/layers in Photoshop, the water was just floating infront of the model?! Lol

Sorry man, i know how you did it and it's kinda outdated imo

No, no blending of images in Photoshop.
Just throw water in front of her and I get that look by back-lighting the water.
It is a technique I use quite often, with water and flour.
https://www.youtube.co​m/watch?v=YKnesqcXV0Y (external link)

As far as Photoshop, even if it was Photoshoped (which it was not) I see no issue with that, I am very big into Photoshop ;-)a
P.S. I have the RAW files that I can send you to prove it... But I won't bother ;-)a


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Aug 19, 2016 22:44 |  #21

lenscap1 wrote in post #18099833 (external link)
Photoshop effects are outdated looking my friend. Also what made you decide to place her behind a log that crops her feet/legs awkwardly in every shot?


Van Gogh wrote in post #18100382 (external link)
No, no blending of images in Photoshop.
Just throw water in front of her and I get that look by back-lighting the water.
It is a technique I use quite often, with water and flour.
https://www.youtube.co​m/watch?v=YKnesqcXV0Y (external link)

As far as Photoshop, even if it was Photoshoped (which it was not) I see no issue with that, I am very big into Photoshop ;-)a
P.S. I have the RAW files that I can send you to prove it... But I won't bother ;-)a

Not that it really matters but I'd love to see the RAW files showing that this was all captured in a single frame with no photoshop! I can literally see the layer blend.

Either way doesn't matter. Just saying it's an outdated look imo. That is my CC, take it or leave it.




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Aug 19, 2016 23:00 |  #22

lenscap1 wrote in post #18100467 (external link)
Not that it really matters but I'd love to see the RAW files showing that this was all captured in a single frame with no photoshop! I can literally see the layer blend.

Either way doesn't matter. Just saying it's an outdated look imo. That is my CC, take it or leave it.

Here is the link to the RAW file proving that is was all captured in Camera in a single frame.
You can even see the 2 back-light flashes behind her as I said about the technique. Enjoy!
https://1drv.ms ...V7sobbcgm9Wvil9lcmq​UpI8se (external link)

As far the outdated look or not, well, that's a subjective matter and just your opinion.


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Aug 19, 2016 23:29 |  #23

Van Gogh wrote in post #18058932 (external link)
compositing and combining 2 pictures in Photoshop. Best of both worlds, I get smoky waterfall yet a sharp subject.



Not trying to bust your chops but... Just saw this otherwise I wouldn't have even called it out.




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Aug 20, 2016 07:32 |  #24

lenscap1 wrote in post #18100496 (external link)


Not trying to bust your chops but... Just saw this otherwise I wouldn't have even called it out.

As if there is something wrong with compositing 2 images???
I wouldn't really call compositing 2 images in Photoshop "Photoshoping" in the traditional sense that most people see it. With that same token you could say even adjusting the brightness slightly is photoshoping.

lenscap1 wrote in post #18100324 (external link)
So you didn't blend images/layers in Photoshop, the water was just floating infront of the model?! Lol

Sorry man, i know how you did it and it's kinda outdated imo


Besides, I believed that you were not talking talking about the water around the model rather than waterfall when saying it was photoshoped as per your comment above?
And as shown in RAW file, that is not the case. Only the 1st 2 images are composites and they are the ones with no water around her, all the other images with water around her you claimed are photoshoped are straight our of camera. (as shown in RAW file I sent you).


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Sep 03, 2016 09:28 |  #25

As mentioned, a very nice set.

Van Gogh wrote in post #18058932 (external link)
- I get the cool water effect on her by placing 2 background lights (for back-lighting) and firing at her while throwing water with a cup or something in front of her, it is that simple. Just throw some water in front of her and because it is back-light, it looks really nice!

I was going to ask how you had water going two directions. Thanks for explaining that. :-)


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Sep 03, 2016 12:51 |  #26

creative idea! Never seem effects like this before.


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Oct 30, 2016 21:37 |  #27

Fantastic effect , thanks for explaining how you got it..Never seen that method before... Beautifully done.


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Dec 11, 2016 17:49 as a reply to post 18052150 |  #28

Some interesting shots, I like them.




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Jan 20, 2017 23:10 |  #29

Some I like, other's I don't like the chunk of wood in front of her thigh.

But one thing I enjoy is how you showed your effort to try different angles and looks.


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Jan 21, 2017 04:21 |  #30

Very good setup and yes lovely shots as well.




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