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Automotive Image Editing/Post-Processing: Before and After

 
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Sep 28, 2015 18:26 as a reply to  @ post 17724654 |  #3001

I can definitely see the license plate standing out now. I should pull color from the trunk and fill it where the plate was, that should help. Additionally, I can definitely work on getting rid of the wheel. I'll post another shot or two when I get back to my computer. Thanks.




  
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Sep 28, 2015 18:50 |  #3002

jmr0s2k wrote in post #17725442 (external link)
I can definitely see the license plate standing out now. I should pull color from the trunk and fill it where the plate was,...

Here's a simple example of just converting one to the year of the car: (rear view)

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And here's one where I got carried away with trancein1's shot in post #5: Infiniti M45

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Sep 29, 2015 15:29 as a reply to  @ post 17671016 |  #3003

needs some more work here.
white balance on each shot is a tad different as well.


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Oct 07, 2015 14:13 |  #3004

First post on here for a good while! Shot this last week and had a play about with it:

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Oct 07, 2015 14:30 |  #3005

the shadows don't line up with the new sun, but other than that I like the background replacement.


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Oct 07, 2015 17:18 as a reply to  @ AdrianFRST's post |  #3006
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Looks great! I never could've come close to this edit, but if I had your skill, I would've moved the sun over to the left. Not only would the car's shadow make more sense, but the composition would be better, in my opinion. :-)




  
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Oct 13, 2015 22:36 |  #3007

The thread with more images is here: Hugh's '95 Ford Pickup

I started with three image files with different exposures. Selections and Layer masks were used to combine them. Look at the insert of the Layers Palette.
These were shot wider than I usually do because I didn't know which images would be used for 2X3 or 4X5 format.


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Oct 13, 2015 22:41 |  #3008

Don't even know how you're using a 20D still! :p These days thats a simple 1 frame shot with a Sony A7. We really are spoiled these days.


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Oct 13, 2015 22:48 |  #3009

Tony_Stark wrote in post #17744681 (external link)
Don't even know how you're using a 20D still! :p These days thats a simple 1 frame shot with a Sony A7. We really are spoiled these days.

Sony? Don't they make Betamax? Is there a menu item for removing trees on the fender? ; )


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Nov 03, 2015 16:30 as a reply to  @ post 17556592 |  #3010

Wow now thats an edit. I need to learn your ways


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Nov 03, 2015 16:35 as a reply to  @ post 17545376 |  #3011

Thats awesome! Who needs a GoPro when you have that boom! Who makes it if you dont mind me asking?

Also a really noob question but how did you get rid of the shadow so perfectly?


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Nov 03, 2015 16:59 as a reply to  @ post 17249486 |  #3012

Nice work! Funny I was just scrolling thru and noticed the G, I've seen it around the MyG37 forum as well, great build


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Nov 03, 2015 17:02 as a reply to  @ post 17177725 |  #3013

Love the G! Great edits too


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Nov 03, 2015 17:08 as a reply to  @ post 17126529 |  #3014

Wow I need to learn this. The art of rolling shots without even rolling lol. Love it


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Nov 03, 2015 18:49 |  #3015

Well this is awkward... It wouldn't let me "quote" on my phone so it turned into a long list of replies. Totally not talking to thin air here, my apologies.


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