On The Road With Rene...!!


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eow

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Power!:thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
 

leejay

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I love 1-3. :thumbsup: No. 4 is intelligent as you tried to fit the model's figure on the zigzag.
 

garou12

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Power man!!! Power! :thumbsup: Q about No chope: how was it done?
#1 also well done the watermark look like its a part of the road!
#4 tripod mounted?
Very creative and artistic work! I :heart: it!!! :cheergal: :vhappy:
:cheers: man hope to shoot with you one session!
 

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Power!:thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
Great series. Nice use of the yellow lines. :thumbsup:
thanks guys,,.. maybe next time i will explore more traffic signs :bsmilie:

the more "decent" shots will be akan datang.
 

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I love 1-3. No. 4 is intelligent as you tried to fit the model's figure on the zigzag.
thanks dude.. it was a difficult angle..

Good post processing work. I like #2, alot!
thank you for C&C

Power man!!! Power! :thumbsup: Q about No chope: how was it done?

the shot was post processed with rene in different poses.phew.

#1 also well done the watermark look like its a part of the road!
use text play with opacity
#4 tripod mounted?
no i didnt use tripod.. wide angle and some serious tip toe-ing.

Very creative and artistic work! I :heart: it!!! :cheergal: :vhappy:
:cheers: man hope to shoot with you one session!
thanks for c&c.. see ya ard
 

garou12

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thanks dude.. it was a difficult angle..


thank you for C&C



thanks for c&c.. see ya ard
very nice with that tippy toe one...even managed to snap it without your shadow making it in. Really shows attention to detail :thumbsup:
No chope multiple shots and then blended together in to one right? what f stop and speed you use for all of them? Been dying to try something like it but wasn't sure how i should do it...now you gimme idea :lovegrin:
 

modelinn

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Good job Ray! excellent series, i must say! :thumbsup:
 

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Like #6 :thumbsup:

How to do the double image? Use filter?
 

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very nice with that tippy toe one...even managed to snap it without your shadow making it in. Really shows attention to detail :thumbsup:
No chope multiple shots and then blended together in to one right? what f stop and speed you use for all of them? Been dying to try something like it but wasn't sure how i should do it...now you gimme idea
there is light filled in below special thanks to ivan to prevent shadows.

i tried the method of doing multiple shots before. actually ps can do the job too. takes much time and patience though. since you like taking such pics i recommend you to aniela's flickr. one of my fav multi shots portrait photographer. i pm u the link.

Good job Ray! excellent series, i must say! :thumbsup:
thank you ivan. good session!

:thumbsup: more ?
will be posting some more soon.. to be continued as promised.. haa

Triple WOW! Excellent work. Love the post-processing! :thumbsup:
thank you. still need more practice.

Like #6 :thumbsup:

How to do the double image? Use filter?
no filter used. pmed u.
 

yqt

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Nice shot but just a suggestion,
Notice that there's a flare on the left but the "main light" on the model's face is from the right.
I would suggest to switch the "main light" for the model's face to be in the same direction as the flare. This will make it look more relistic and hide the fact that there's a reflector/flash on the right of the image, something like the lighting on her jeans and feet but without the blown hightlight.


I like this one for the feel and lighting control :thumbsup:
 

yanyewkay

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xiao gan! long time no see! nice pics. #4 make the model look aneroxic man super skinny.
I like #6! got the mood ah!
 

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arigato.

Nice shot but just a suggestion,
Notice that there's a flare on the left but the "main light" on the model's face is from the right.
I would suggest to switch the "main light" for the model's face to be in the same direction as the flare. This will make it look more relistic and hide the fact that there's a reflector/flash on the right of the image, something like the lighting on her jeans and feet but without the blown hightlight.



I like this one for the feel and lighting control :thumbsup:
point noted.. overlooked that. very constructive commment!

xiao gan! long time no see! nice pics. #4 make the model look aneroxic man super skinny.
I like #6! got the mood ah!
yoyoyo wassup bro yan.. #4 she has the waist everygal will dream of.. haha. no ps on that. #6 i really like her side profile.. hope u r shooting actively too.. !
 

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