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06/20/2007 03:05:47 PM · #1
that is amazing, i have tried and failed so many times to make an hdr from one image and tonemap...maybe one day i will get it :( haha
06/20/2007 02:52:01 PM · #2
I'm being totally serious when I say this:

Will you be my personal pp tutor please?!?!?

Cuz I need a tutor, badly!
:)
06/20/2007 02:51:30 PM · #3
SORRY.
posted twice.

Message edited by author 2007-06-20 14:52:16.
06/20/2007 02:47:35 PM · #4
Nice work, Mauri - has your signature style - very professional!
06/20/2007 02:44:28 PM · #5
Heck of a transformation!

R.
06/20/2007 01:52:54 PM · #6
Thanks, Mauricio! Very nice editing indeed!
06/20/2007 01:50:45 PM · #7
great processing ... thanks for posting your steps!
06/20/2007 01:45:23 PM · #8
thanks for all the votes and comments...

for those who asked about the pp of this picture...

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** HDR from single RAW image, then tone mapping all in photomatix.

** Taken to photoshop, altered all channels in curves to my liking (something similar to cross processing)

** Cropping.

**subtle dodging and burning.

** Added a New adjustment Layer (Channel Mixer), and set it to monochrome, then adjust to my liking to get a good black and white.

** Set the opacity of the channel mixer to like about 34% to bring out some color out (in a way making the colors somewhat dull, or not so bright)

** Duplicate the main layer, then applied gaussian blur (about 7.5%), applied a mask and painted with black what i didn't want blurred. left the blur mainly around the corners.

** applied a green photo filter at about 27% density.

**finally sharpened with unsharp mask and resized.

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