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Jan 05, 2010 00:59 |  #1

Well I'm trying to make posters of all the rides I've owned. Some of you probably saw the Jeep one before and after. So here is the next one in the series. I need help deciding which photo to go with.

My very first car, an 03 Ford Focus. Not a bad little tuner. LOL

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Jan 05, 2010 01:09 |  #2

i really like the photoshop work. I usually dont like combined photos, but these look really nice good job!


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Jan 05, 2010 01:38 |  #3

wow, wow. i cannot believe what can be done in PS. would it be to much to ask for one for myself?

im also into cars here is my list.

93 mercury tracer lts
05 toyota corolla s
06 mitsubishi eclipse gs
and now a 07 pontiac solstice gxp.

i would love an image/poster like that with those beautiful clouds and the gxp.

amazing work my friend.


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Jan 05, 2010 08:56 |  #4

To solve the problem, you could put a tight inset crop of #4 in the upper-right corner of #2?


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Jan 05, 2010 11:57 |  #5

Em2 wrote in post #9326686 (external link)
i really like the photoshop work. I usually dont like combined photos, but these look really nice good job!

thanks! The clouds were a photo I actually shot myself a long time ago.

ATXsouljah wrote in post #9326786 (external link)
wow, wow. i cannot believe what can be done in PS. would it be to much to ask for one for myself?

im also into cars here is my list.

93 mercury tracer lts
05 toyota corolla s
06 mitsubishi eclipse gs
and now a 07 pontiac solstice gxp.

i would love an image/poster like that with those beautiful clouds and the gxp.

amazing work my friend.

if you a few decent photos of your solstice I might be able to do something.

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To solve the problem, you could put a tight inset crop of #4 in the upper-right corner of #2?

hmmmm... Not sure I understand what you mean.


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Jan 06, 2010 11:33 |  #6

hmmmm... Not sure I understand what you mean.

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Jan 06, 2010 13:07 |  #7

You've got a little bit of a dark halo goin on in the first edited one. Nice transformation though.




  
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Jan 06, 2010 17:25 |  #8

ProjectL wrote in post #9337301 (external link)
You've got a little bit of a dark halo goin on in the first edited one. Nice transformation though.

A dark halo? Where at? Not sure I see what your talking about. Thanks!


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Jan 07, 2010 08:51 |  #9

Right above the roof section of the car your layering has overlapped to the background and made it darker, creating a halo. See it?




  
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Jan 07, 2010 10:30 |  #10

Oh ok I see what you mean. Yeah I kinda liked it but perhaps not the best thing. Thanks for explaining.


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Jan 07, 2010 10:43 |  #11

Good job! How long did it take?


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Jan 07, 2010 14:09 |  #12

Thanks! About two and half hours to do both.


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Jan 07, 2010 14:15 |  #13

Where do you learn your photoshop skills?


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Jan 07, 2010 19:52 |  #14

Not a bad composite.


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Jan 08, 2010 10:59 |  #15

Skills? Umm well it's about 10 Years of goofing around doing websites and graphics. Lol

Thanks again!


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