I don't do a ton of HDR work, but for my brother-in-law, I'll give it a shot. c/c welcome
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Like #2 but not sure the light stand and goal post add anything to the shot. I think the ball and jersey tell it all. Like the connection subject has with camera. Chris
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The process suits the subject. Nice work
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Post edited over 5 years ago by GrendelKhan.
Very surprised to see my son's high school represented here. I've seen your brother-in-law play a few times. He's pretty good. Catches lots of crossing passes.
Oct 13, 2015 06:52 as a reply to @ ShotByTom's post |
I picked up a few vignette actions that i'm applying in Photoshop CS6. I don't recall where i got them but once added, I adjust the opacity to taste.
Oct 13, 2015 06:59 as a reply to @ GrendelKhan's post |
Thanks! Who is your son? I might have some photos of him. I'm one of the few photogs trolling the field at home (and some road) games.
Oct 13, 2015 19:24 as a reply to @ yup talon's post |
He's a freshman this year and decided not to play football despite the coaches calls. His thing is karate though he'll probably go out for swimming again. He really enjoyed competing at the middle school level last year and was one of the team captains. Dow's tradition in swimming and his desire to compete where he's got a good chance of being on a winning team make him trying out a certainty.