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Nov 09, 2010 14:26 |  #1

Both pictures and I understand how both are lit so my question is strictly the PP. Mainly, the color treatment.

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Nov 09, 2010 16:40 |  #2

Very cool processing, not sure how I would go about to get similar effects but I love it!


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Nov 09, 2010 18:14 |  #3

dandan1 wrote in post #11254914 (external link)
Very cool processing, not sure how I would go about to get similar effects but I love it!

Exactly why I'm asking how it's done :)




  
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Nov 09, 2010 21:10 |  #4

I hope this gets some input, I would love to know too! I Love his work!


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Nov 09, 2010 21:14 |  #5

A short discussion of this same website here:
https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=955879




  
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Nov 09, 2010 23:26 |  #6

Thanks for the link, Redcrown.




  
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Nov 09, 2010 23:37 |  #7

Saw his shots and site from David Hobby's Strobist post recently. That might help:
http://strobist.blogsp​ot.com …-inspiration-at-home.html (external link)

Believe it's more about lighting it right at image capture time than it is about the post processing. Check out that post for the sort of gear he's lighting with.


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Nov 10, 2010 03:46 |  #8

troypiggo wrote in post #11256955 (external link)
Saw his shots and site from David Hobby's Strobist post recently. That might help:
http://strobist.blogsp​ot.com …-inspiration-at-home.html (external link)

Believe it's more about lighting it right at image capture time than it is about the post processing. Check out that post for the sort of gear he's lighting with.

Yeah, I saw it from strobist as well. I understand the lighting setup but even with the lighting you can't get that color treatment. Which is what I'm trying to figure out.




  
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Nov 10, 2010 07:29 as a reply to  @ bsaber's post |  #9

To me, the second picture (aviator) looks exactly like the effect I get with the Nik ColorEfex Duplex filter - just toned down a little. (FYI - the sample on the Nik site does not accurately example the filter.)


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Nov 10, 2010 12:35 |  #10

Its obviously a small amount of HDR.. but it's hard to get spot-on colors like that


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Nov 10, 2010 13:46 |  #11

Picture North Carolina wrote in post #11258054 (external link)
To me, the second picture (aviator) looks exactly like the effect I get with the Nik ColorEfex Duplex filter - just toned down a little. (FYI - the sample on the Nik site does not accurately example the filter.)

That's interesting. I've never tried the duplex filter but I will now :)




  
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Nov 10, 2010 14:19 |  #12

bsaber wrote in post #11260201 (external link)
That's interesting. I've never tried the duplex filter but I will now :)

Try cranking down a little on the color tint (use the default gold) and crank up a little on the saturation. After, lighten a little - duplex seems to darken images in the process.


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Nov 10, 2010 15:41 |  #13

Picture North Carolina wrote in post #11260390 (external link)
Try cranking down a little on the color tint (use the default gold) and crank up a little on the saturation. After, lighten a little - duplex seems to darken images in the process.


I'll give it a try once I get home. Thanks, Dan!




  
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Nov 11, 2010 00:32 |  #14

I like it very much and would like to learn how to achieve such results.
Is there somewhere a tutorial or a step by step guide to learn how to do it ?


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Nov 11, 2010 18:38 |  #15

So I gave the duplex filter a try (from Color Efex 3) but I couldn't get it even near the color treatment in the photos. :(




  
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