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    Subscribing to this thread

    A lot of 'talented' PP-digital artists here
    Last edited by SurrealDreamWalker; 21st February 2011 at 12:58 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Original out of cam Jpeg



    Final result processed from RAW.



    Steps:

    Leveling and some distortion correction.
    Crop to square.
    Remove dust spots (using heal).
    Adjusting blacks and contrast.
    Desaturate using channels.
    Adjust luminosity in channels.
    adjust blacks, fill and contrast.
    add clarity.
    noise reduction.
    Resize to smaller.
    slight unsharp mask.
    Add borders and signature.
    somehow i prefer the orig photo without pp.... nice colours
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    somehow i prefer the orig photo without pp.... nice colours
    cant agree more, the original is beautiful
    Last edited by dashbodz; 20th February 2011 at 10:29 PM.

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    my new contribution... this is a more recent photo i took on friday night. my favorite photo for that night. was a bit adventurous so sneak into CTE to took this.

    Before


    After


    Process:
    - On Canon DPP (did this purely on canon DPP)
    1. I corrected the white balance.
    2. Played with curves. Experimented a little different curve settings that I always use and I like the end result!

    Reason why I did some PP to the original cos I felt that it looks dull... so with some experiment on the curves, I hope to make it looks more interesting and exciting.

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    here's mine..

    before:


    after:
    Last edited by asthio88; 23rd February 2011 at 11:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinned79 View Post
    my new contribution... this is a more recent photo i took on friday night. my favorite photo for that night. was a bit adventurous so sneak into CTE to took this.

    Before


    After


    Process:
    - On Canon DPP (did this purely on canon DPP)
    1. I corrected the white balance.
    2. Played with curves. Experimented a little different curve settings that I always use and I like the end result!

    Reason why I did some PP to the original cos I felt that it looks dull... so with some experiment on the curves, I hope to make it looks more interesting and exciting.
    for the idea
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    Just learn and having some fun with lightroom and PS

    Before :



    After :

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    before



    after



    could have shot it with a high key setting but the original decision was to create a more mid low key look. but then the client changed his mind ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPhotography View Post
    for the idea
    glad u like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by asthio88 View Post
    here's mine..

    before:


    after:

    champion! the food is tempting me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGohzxc View Post
    Minimalism - Before & After

    This thread is quite fun...
    omg thanks for showing this! respect!!! now i feel like trying also but looks super difficult

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    Default Re: Post your 'Before' & 'After' Post Processing pictures

    Before


    After
    Nikon D700| 70-200mm f/2.8G VR2| 28-70mm f/2.8D| 85mm f/1.8G| 50mm f/1.8G| SB900/SB28| MB-D10

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    Personal fun project. The b4 is just a normal guy in that pose, nothing much to see..lol

    Started out just as a curious experiment to see how combining a guy and lava will look. But then I start adding more & more till I decided to just complete it..

    Really fun deciding what goes where and which parts should be more hardened, spilling, or just more like contained underneath the surface.. On his left chest theres this muscle structure cause its important to not make him look all 'hard', else will look more boring..

    There is an obvious lack of smoke, glow or maybe other associated elements but that is as preferred; I like it 'cleaner' so can see more detail..

    All elements are taken from photos and manipulated, I can't draw..lol
    I'm a freelance retoucher..
    Last edited by redmonsoon; 25th February 2011 at 10:50 PM.

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    Very eye opening experience viewing this thread.....been playing with only basic curves/sat stuffs, time to try different techniques.

    Great Job CSers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by baggiolee View Post
    champion! the food is tempting me.
    tks... the taste ws great too :

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    As a TS, I'm glad to see such a good respond. I believed many (including me) have benefited from the thread. Hope to keep this active...good job guys...
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    Default Re: Post your 'Before' & 'After' Post Processing pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    somehow i prefer the orig photo without pp.... nice colours
    Quote Originally Posted by dashbodz View Post
    cant agree more, the original is beautiful
    Thanks. I set out to shoot the shot with B&W in mind. And the orginal sort of have a blue cast from the Big stopper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mabmy View Post
    Well though not much but let me share mine as well.

    Before:


    After:
    Nice pp work! I don't see the edges "glowing". Sharp subject. Which type of blur did you use if you don't mind me asking?
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    Hi here's a contribution too

    #1
    Before


    I cloned the shaded area over the lady who walked past. Then blur the image somemore to cover up traces of cloning. Level it, did some changes to brightness/contrast. Some adjustments to colour balance and lastly cropped it accordingly.

    After



    #2
    Before


    Created different copies of diff exposures and went through HDR processing.

    After
    Last edited by delinquent; 24th February 2011 at 03:39 PM. Reason: image wasnt showing on imageshack/ added new photos/ added some steps to my PP
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    Quote Originally Posted by delinquent

    Nice pp work! I don't see the edges "glowing". Sharp subject. Which type of blur did you use if you don't mind me asking?
    Hi there, this is done with CS5 filter>Lens Blur. The success of the pp is not the blurring method used but from refine edge after doing a quick selection with magic wand. Damn good feature.
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