Show your Post Processing - Extreme

BBW

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A fun thread, however it's also a picture provoking one, as well, because at least for some of us I think it may help us think outside of our own photographic boxes, so to speak.

In the past, I always thought about realism. I still do but not quite in the same way.

Anyhow, please keep these photos coming! Bill, I really like that HDRish car shot!

Here is one from yesterday. Untouched and retouched. Although I know my "retouched" may seem to be a bit too much, I like it. I may try toning it down slightly and see what I think.

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BBW

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ricks, you've gone graphic on us!:biggrin: I like that! May I ask what processing you used and if you might post the original for us to see your original? Oh yes, and remind me again - which camera are you using?
 

ricks

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Thanks BB. The camera is the LX5, processing with a lot of layers in an ancient ps. Here is the original, the detail is from the small square to the left of the 5.View attachment 993
 
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BBW

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Now that is very impressive! First of all you saw what was there, it called out to you and you used it, beautifully. Ancient or not - great work, ricks!

I also happen to think your original photo is very worth while seeing. I am determined to get you to find a way to post these shots in their full glory. I won't nag you, too much.:wink:
 

wee-pics

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nine years dormant and the thread comes back to life....love it.
And I LOVE the heart you've created wee-pics

I very much appreciate your comment, Luke. Seeing myself more as a musician (acoustic guitarist, ragtime ... blues ... finger-picking ... own stuff) than a photographer I'm still fighting for getting the results I see in the "back of my head".
What is interesting about posting one's pics is the reactions they cause. Often a photo which I wasn't sure of posting at all gets quite a lot of feedback whereas other photos which I'm proud of (because I thought that I managed to capture that "certain something") get almost no reactions at all. But that's life ... tastes differ.
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