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Wait till get my new lenses in the mail, son. Things is going to be blurry as all hell!
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WOW Cloin that first shot is AMAZING...

So I'm very curious about this talk of diong multiple pictures and then PSing them together later? Or am I not getting that right?

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My guess is this is what he did:

http://www.talkingtree.com/blog/inde...ake-HDR-images
Alot of people use HDR photography for automotive cars, but they tend to overdo it and really drone out the true quality of the car and its surroundings in the picture..

I don't use HDR, strictly layers and color editing in photoshop.
Reaaally, just playing with the balances? How do you get the color depth across the shot to have all the info you need to tweak it later?
Not just playing with the balances, you need to use layers in order to bring out the contrast in certain aspects of your pictures.

It's takes some effort to edit pictures. Once you get your flow and learn to use all the tools in photoshop, editing pictures become a breeze. I've been shooting cars and experimenting with digital graphics and photo editing for over 8 years. Also, there are tons of ways to edit pictures, there's no wrong way to edit something, and everyone has their own different ways and beliefs.

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Another good tip, if you want a range of adjustments for your photos, you should shoot in RAW format.

For the picture above:
-only one photo was used (no HDR picture layering)
-shot in raw format to edit the brightness and contrast
-used multiple layers of editing to contrast the sky
-adjusted the hue of the grass
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wow^ I'm very impressed by the car. Everytime I bring levels up in such a dark spot, it becomes very grainy. Is editing in RAW that much different??
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wow^ I'm very impressed by the car. Everytime I bring levels up in such a dark spot, it becomes very grainy. Is editing in RAW that much different??
It really can be, depending on the compression of your camera and a couple other things. Try taking to identical photos, one in RAW and one in JPEG and check it out.
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wow^ I'm very impressed by the car. Everytime I bring levels up in such a dark spot, it becomes very grainy. Is editing in RAW that much different??
RAW still gives you grain if you try to adjust a fully underexposed picture; however, the range it allows you to adjust is alot more then a typical JPEG format picture. Just think of it like listening to a 96 bitrate quality song compared to lossless format, you get only a portion of what you can actually hear compared to the real thing.

JPEG's are just a compressed (simplified) version of the actual picture (RAW), so you lose alot of picture information as well as adjustability compared to RAW format.

If you have a large memory card(s) for your camera and you can handle taking 50 RAW files on one 1 gig card compared to 1050 JPEG's, I'd say try shooting in RAW. You'll be alot more pleased with the adjustability.
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I love that photo of the Miata with the cool sky/clouds.. do you individually select (polygon tool or magic wand) each item you adjust? doesn't that leave ugly edges?
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I love that photo of the Miata with the cool sky/clouds.. do you individually select (polygon tool or magic wand) each item you adjust? doesn't that leave ugly edges?
I have used the polygon tool and then feathered the edges. You can also learn how to use the pen tool. It can make nice curves, better than doing a million lines for a curve like with the polygon. I have copied layers, adjusted, and then erased with a soft tool the pieces I didn't want... that doesn't leave ugly edges.
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Old 04-04-2007, 08:28 AM   #68 (permalink)
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Damn, Will! You could have at least use PS to remove the pollen specks from my car!

Nice photos btw!
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Old 04-05-2007, 06:56 AM   #69 (permalink)
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I had some spare time one night and went for a drive. Took a few shots when I stopped on an overpass. I took a few different exposures and when I got home I tried to HDR them in photoshop but the end HDR was wayyy too bright even though the originals were all fairly dark (they were night shots after all)... so, I just used two that I had shot with cars driving and did some old school adjusting instead.

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Don't really know why I added the Roadster text... seems kinda corny now that I look at it but oh well its a layer I can always just delete.

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Old 04-05-2007, 07:11 AM   #70 (permalink)
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I love that photo of the Miata with the cool sky/clouds.. do you individually select (polygon tool or magic wand) each item you adjust? doesn't that leave ugly edges?
The polygon tool is the only way to go when you need to do fine tracing of an object. The ugly edges you speak of can easily be done using a magic wand. The polygon lasso tool allows you to trace precisely without mistakes. If you're getting ugly edges, try zooming in to around 3-400% and using the lasso tool. It takes more time if you want to trace the image nicely.

If you make a mistake while tracing, you can always press delete and it'll take you back one step during your trace. Also when you've completed your lasso and you want to add on more to your trace, you can hold the shift key and start tracing again. Also if you want to remove something from your lasso trace, you can hold the Alt key to start tracing what you want removed. Hope this doesn't confuse you even more.
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Holy crap, so I need a tripod - the one I've got is a cheapo small one that is great for keeping in the car and its really light but it only sits 2 1/2 feet tall when fully extended. I stopped in at a professional camera shop that I was walking by and asked what kind of tripod they would suggest that had good height and was light. They showed me a Carbon Fiber 5' tripod that folded down to a decent size that was $400! Lol my camera cost that much. AND I still need to spend another $80 or so for a top mount which isn't included. I asked if that was expensive for a tripod and the guy said alot of the tripods in there were actually 700-800!!

Time to hit up eBay I guess........

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This post is awesome. Thanks for all of the great info fellas. I'm definately getting a tripod. Here are my additions. Nothing special really,but now you guys have piqued my interest in using Photoshop to play with pictures. I don't have the money to buy an SLR, so I get the fun job of playing with my Canon Powershot SD100. I know, I know....I should just buy a real digital camera, but it took me a lot to convince my CFO (my wife) that I needed a flywheel with my clutch.

Took these with a Sony back in 2000. Have now idea what the settings were.

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I personally love to take long exposures at night with ambient lighting. and i also like to do some light painting when i have the time. = )

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ummm thats awesome^^^ haha that is seriously frickin sweet, ive never seen anything like that!!
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That's pretty tight. Light painting can be intense. You can get pretty creative with that stuff.
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I love that photo of the Miata with the cool sky/clouds.. do you individually select (polygon tool or magic wand) each item you adjust? doesn't that leave ugly edges?
The polygon tool is the only way to go when you need to do fine tracing of an object. The ugly edges you speak of can easily be done using a magic wand. The polygon lasso tool allows you to trace precisely without mistakes. If you're getting ugly edges, try zooming in to around 3-400% and using the lasso tool. It takes more time if you want to trace the image nicely.

If you make a mistake while tracing, you can always press delete and it'll take you back one step during your trace. Also when you've completed your lasso and you want to add on more to your trace, you can hold the shift key and start tracing again. Also if you want to remove something from your lasso trace, you can hold the Alt key to start tracing what you want removed. Hope this doesn't confuse you even more.
Maybe its just me, or that fact that that I have been using the Adobe suite for years, but creating a path with the pen tool is the easiest way to trace around an object. and since its a path you can use it over and over again. Thats just me though.
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I've got a Kodak Z650 (10x Optical Zoom, 6.1 MP) and I'm heading to a race this weekend (drag, drift, autocross) to take some pictures. What settings should I try to use to get the best shots with severely overcast conditions? Flash - yes/no? Etc...

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Maybe its just me, or that fact that that I have been using the Adobe suite for years, but creating a path with the pen tool is the easiest way to trace around an object. and since its a path you can use it over and over again. Thats just me though.
I mentioned that earlier, up there^^

Quite frankly, it took me a whole week to figure out the pen tool. I'm still not 100% perfect with it. Pen = patience haha
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borrowed my roomates mini tripod - now I'm hooked on low shutter speed pictures at dusk.
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yeah right before sun up or sun down is the best, but my question is.... when I shoot in RAW format I can get the files to the computer, but Photo Shop CS2 doesn't reconize the file type and won't open it, why? And how do I fix that?
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You need to check in at adobe.com and make sure you have the most recent raw converter. Whenever someone introduces a new camera Adobe has to update the converter. Don't know why that is but that is most definitely your problem.
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what... paint... is ....that....

at first I thought it was Jag racing green then it got all glittery and I was like :shock:
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ok so I didn't use auto, good lens makes a big difference and no photoshop is needed....execpt for making cool borders.


I think he said it was called "tiger's eye" It's like yellow and green with lots of flake.
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^More like, "Exorcist Green Pea Vomit.....with flakes".
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Long exposure experiments:











Photos have not been edited other than being resized and watermarked.
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Heres some older pics...

My old SX:


Girlfriends cat:


A friends drift R32:


Friends dads old Supra (he has a white on now...). The top pic was used by a national car magazine when reviewing the meet (although my permission wasnt asked )




Drop of water:


Just thought Id put up some of my old photoshopped pics. If you want me to put up any more (edited or not) let me know.
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One nice thing to do with you shots is have the car moving. Automatically that ads some interest to the shot.



and using really long shutter speeds and blurring the background



But yeah, like mentioned lighting is the most important thing I think.

the background is probably next, you don't want trees growing out of your trunk or anything like that.

Sometimes you get lucky and have a a big white thing to bounce your flash off of to help the lighting.

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