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Great work as always Ernst. The first image is one he will get a lot of commercial use out of but the second one is the stellar shot and the one he should be buying. Thanks for sharing a little of the business behind the session as well. Too many photographers today just hand it all over for some mi...
In the past it was believed that the elk only migrated down inside the city limits of Loveland during the harshest of winters. Lately though the animals have learned that cohabitation with man is possible by finding protected sanctuaries within the middle of the human population This small bachelor ...
- Tue Dec 12, 2017 4:58 am
- Forum: ― Architecture Critique
- Topic: Loveland Feed and Grain
- Replies: 2
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The property I live on is home to Loveland's Historic Feed and Grain Building. It was first built in 1892 and also contains the original boilers for the city's first electrical power plant. It generated all the power to run the street and porch lights in the area. Here are 2 very different views of ...
They say on of the key measurements of a boxer is his hand speed. If that is the case this guy must be pretty fast. The pose in the first looks awkward and his face timid where the pose is better in the second, sadly the face looks out of focus. I wouldn't have thought of rubber cement and am surpr...
Yes High Pass is a very useful tool and it is a sharpening too. By changing the layer blend modes you can get a huge range of effects from it. In looking at the post above I can see that the re-compression has really boosted the blue I added, on my system prior to upload it was at about 50% of that ...
Beautiful portrait of a beautiful animal. If you would like some tips on compositing please post this in the critique section and I will be happy to share some tricks and tips with you
Duck wrote:Bobby Deal wrote:We used rubber cement
Hmm, wouldn't have thought of rubber cement (even though I've used it so often). How much damage was done to the leather?
Other than a slight blemish there was no damage.
- Tue Dec 12, 2017 1:12 am
- Forum: People Critique
- Topic: Selfie a la Master Ernst
- Replies: 43
- Views: 3585
I went back to the basic with this one. Single light camera left, reflector camera right, BG light behind subject. I kept about a 2:1 ratio and played with it in post. 90% Lightroom, 10% Photoshop. Grain added in post. Unitas_Photography-0022.jpg This is exceptional, the only thing I might add is a...