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Before and After - The Weekly Editing Challenge

 
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Oct 19, 2017 20:07 |  #1771

LR Color temp, exposure, radial brush and clarity.
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Oct 21, 2017 05:36 |  #1772

LR basic adjustment and cropped.


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Oct 21, 2017 05:49 |  #1773

And old style LR preset


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Oct 23, 2017 15:20 |  #1774

A basic Rawtherapee 5.3-dev adjustment of contrast, chroma, and a 1 stop vignette to make the horses pop out.


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Oct 24, 2017 14:10 |  #1775

other background
match color.
Dodge and burn.

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Oct 24, 2017 15:41 |  #1776

LR 16x10 crop, lower exposure, play with white balance, add slight vignette. Paintshop Pro add some words. Nik Color Efex add frame thing. Save 1280 long side and post.

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Oct 25, 2017 16:15 |  #1777

Congradulations to FFFCFF for winning this weeks challenge (2nd pic) and to runner-up Benitoite. Also liked the poem that Chet posted with his entry.

Great edits everyone. It was a hard pick this week.




  
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Oct 25, 2017 21:47 |  #1778

I could only find a small Harley Davidson motorcycle rider. I wanted a burly ZZ Top looking guy of a larger scale to the horse. I was going to put a quarter machine next to it like a kiddie ride. My vision looked so much more entertaining... in my head. But during my lunch hour when I mainly work on these, I just couldn't find many images larger then 400 pixels. Alas you got a poem.

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Oct 26, 2017 02:45 |  #1779

Thank you. I will post a new challenge in the evening.


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Oct 26, 2017 12:37 |  #1780

Before and After - The Weekly Editing Challenge
...now compiled into a single, easy to locate thread, that can be added to your subscribe/follow list!

Rules are simple:

  • Download the image file from the current week
  • Contestants will have 7 days to edit the image and post their edited version to the thread (1 entry per week)
  • The owner of the original image will choose a winner and runner-up
  • The winner will copy & paste this post and include a new downloadable image link

The new image must be unedited / SOOC (straight our of camera), full-resolution, and in a RAW format, ie. CR2, DNG, TIF, etc (Dropbox works well for uploading and linking these large files) The purpose of this game is to be creative and learn new editing techniques. You must give some insight into exactly how you went about editing the image. For example, increased shadows sliders, reduced highlights, local sharpening, white balance adjustment, specific filters used, tone curve adjustments, etc. Comments and/or questions regarding the edits are encouraged. Here is the link: https://drive.google.c​om …EMG1mZnc/view?u​sp=sharing (external link)

And the SOOC


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Oct 26, 2017 23:01 |  #1781

Adjusted contrast, vibrancy, raised shadows, cloned out things I didn't like.


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Oct 26, 2017 23:55 |  #1782

Congrats FFFCF.. this 5DIV image is wonderful to work on

Looks to be a lovely village in a valley somewhere in Poland... What would be the name of the village ?
Also seems to be smoke rising from a barbecue

LR adjustments then to PS for some cloning, and then back to LR for additional adjustment


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Oct 27, 2017 00:12 |  #1783

Adjust black/white points in ACR and increase dehaze filter. Reduce highlights, Adjust W/B and open in PS CC 2018. Clone out dead tree on the right and removed the branch, upper right. Increase contrast in an area of the trees that looked a bit smokey near the center, right. Add Topaz Simplify to lower specular highlights and bump up saturation. Played with curves to lower contrast and crop to 16:9. Reduce to 1280px on the long side and save.


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Oct 27, 2017 02:29 |  #1784

Bianchi wrote in post #18482052 (external link)
Congrats FFFCF.. this 5DIV image is wonderful to work on

Looks to be a lovely village in a valley somewhere in Poland... What would be the name of the village ?
Also seems to be smoke rising from a barbecue

LR adjustments then to PS for some cloning, and then back to LR for additional adjustment

Yes it is cool place for a few days trip. This picture is taken from this point https://www.google.pl …3d50.2026676!4d​19.8273289 (external link)
The name of the village is Ojców. It is near to Cracow
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Oct 27, 2017 07:08 |  #1785

Adjusted in acr, then in photoshop used hdr toning. Snapshot result, went back in history to just before using the hdr toning and added new layer. Used snapshot to bring back the hdr toning effect. Blended both layers.


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