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    Default burnout effect?

    anyone knows or can share the workflow to create this kind of burn out effect?

    http://www.photo.net/photodb/photo?photo_id=4596749

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    Default Re: burnout effect?

    Looks like HDR photos to me. You can do a search on how to achieve them.

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    Default Re: burnout effect?

    Quote Originally Posted by melnjes
    Looks like HDR photos to me. You can do a search on how to achieve them.

    I believe thats a HDR photo too..

    Need to take a series of over, under and normal expose photo...

    And also make sure the guy does not move at all...

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    Default Re: burnout effect?

    Erm......sorry, but what is HDR?

    thanx!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lastboltnut
    Erm......sorry, but what is HDR?

    thanx!
    HDR = High Dynamic Range

    actually, that pic is the result of tedious burning and dodging
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    Default Re: burnout effect?

    I won't be surprised if there's some burning and dodging involved.

    I just found the same pic under a separate album called HDR, so I guess that just about settles the answer

    http://www.photo.net/photodb/folder?folder_id=609469

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    Default Re: burnout effect?

    There's a filter called Draganizer that does this. Also others called 'grunging' your shot.

    This could be a faked HDR with a single shot processed in RAW.

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    Default Re: burnout effect?

    Quote Originally Posted by melnjes
    I won't be surprised if there's some burning and dodging involved.

    I just found the same pic under a separate album called HDR, so I guess that just about settles the answer

    http://www.photo.net/photodb/folder?folder_id=609469
    yup, true. definitely got HDR processing, but HDR processing alone won't create such effect.
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