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    Default Hi guys, can you help me achieve this effect?

    I hope I'm posting in the right forum,
    I just found this pictures in a facebook album of a friend's friend and really liked how these pictures turned out. How can I achieve this kind of pictures? Since the photos are from facebook, there is no access to any Exif data and besides I don't know the photographer, so I can't ask him. BTW I think the photos were taken with a Leica L10

    Is it by post-processing or in-camera settings? I also suppose it has a lot to do with lighting. Any ideas?









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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Please at least acknowledge the photographer by posting the source of the images. "Facebook" just isn't enough.
    You're right, and I'm really sorry. Photographer name is Manuel Cardoso and I think he's from Latainamerika, I don't know about the models though.
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    Default Re: Hi guys, can you help me achieve this effect?

    should be PP

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    Default Re: Hi guys, can you help me achieve this effect?

    Please at least acknowledge the photographer by posting the source of the images. "Facebook" just isn't enough.
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    Default Re: Hi guys, can you help me achieve this effect?

    1) composition
    2) PP used
    3) least important - gear used

    I never rely on in-camera settings. Shoot in RAW and see what I feel like when I get around to PP-ing them.

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    Default Re: Hi guys, can you help me achieve this effect?

    FYI, it looks like a very mild version of the dave hill effect. But It's just a slight tweak on the tone curve, up the contrast and sharpness.

    Pic #1 just looks straight off-cam actually.
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    Default Re: Hi guys, can you help me achieve this effect?

    It's a grunge effect.

    Can look at http://photoshopfrenzy.com/?p=94

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    Default Re: Hi guys, can you help me achieve this effect?

    Quote Originally Posted by knoxknocks View Post
    It's a grunge effect.

    Can look at http://photoshopfrenzy.com/?p=94
    Isn't that the Dave Hill look on steroids? :P
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    Default Re: Hi guys, can you help me achieve this effect?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Isn't that the Dave Hill look on steroids? :P
    A rose by any other name i guess

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    Default Re: Hi guys, can you help me achieve this effect?

    He used High Pass filter in PS to achieve that effect.

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