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Mar 17, 2011 15:29 |  #1

Hi guys, just sharing my recent project with Animoto. Featuring Vanessa and Rob Adams. This Campaign Ad will be Rangefinder Magazine May 2011 issue.

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Mar 17, 2011 17:08 |  #2

Nice - what post processing did you use? Is there some HDR going on or just some clever dodging and burning?

Really nice look to this - the smoke works really well.

Love that blue light coming in on her hair.


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Mar 17, 2011 17:46 |  #3

I rather like everything about this shot.

The PP style is something I'd like to learn how to do - any pointers you can give to get me going on the right track? Photoshop has a lot more to play with than lightroom so I'm not sure where to start!


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Mar 17, 2011 18:28 |  #4

loydall wrote in post #12039981 (external link)
Nice - what post processing did you use? Is there some HDR going on or just some clever dodging and burning?

Really nice look to this - the smoke works really well.

Love that blue light coming in on her hair.

Thank you, Its a mix of Layers. Yes you are right, a lot of dodge and burn, Shifting of levels to bring some more details, then color balance, and of course a well lit base photo.

I lit this entire shot with 6 lights, all of them have grids. It wasn't easy but sure works.

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I rather like everything about this shot.

The PP style is something I'd like to learn how to do - any pointers you can give to get me going on the right track? Photoshop has a lot more to play with than lightroom so I'm not sure where to start!

Post processing was long, it took me 11 hours just to get to the direction I want to get and then started back all over to correct the mistakes I made. I started with lightroom/camera RAW to do minor corrections before bring it to photoshop. Then toned it with levels, and then dodge and burn. added tints on different areas to expose highlights and more dodge and burning. then adjust brightness and contrast and sharpen.

But remember to start with a really well lit shot, make it as close to where you want it.


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Mar 18, 2011 15:17 |  #5

Sweet. Congrats on the publication. I read Rangefinder quite often.


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Mar 18, 2011 15:41 |  #6

very neat shot. how many different color filters did you use? if you dont mind me asking?


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Mar 19, 2011 10:16 |  #7

Grimlock wrote in post #12045418 (external link)
Sweet. Congrats on the publication. I read Rangefinder quite often.

Thank you.

vegasboy wrote in post #12045545 (external link)
very neat shot. how many different color filters did you use? if you dont mind me asking?

Right about 3 colors.


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