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PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 7:52 am 
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i really have no idea of what i'm doing...hehe but i liked it...

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 8:38 am 
I like it too. Interesting effect(s). It looks more like a drawing now.

I see HDR signs but could you tell us what you have done to get this result?

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 8:51 am 
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tnx and sorry Ben...i'm still banging my head on the wall ryt now(coz i forgot how i did it geeez).i just played with the Photomatix and saw that my picture was turning into some kind of a painting or drawing...then i transfered it to corel for some sharpening...

IF THERE'S ANYONE OUT THERE THAT KNOWS HOW TO ACHIEVE THIS EFFECT???HELLPPP!!!!
i want to do something like this again..huhuhu

:roll: :? :x :( :cry:

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 9:05 am 
It's been tone mapped. The composition is neither strong nor is there a focal point to your image. Perhaps both worth bearing in mind when you next take photos. The overprocessing has brought out a little interest though with the sky.

Thanks for sharing.


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Photoj wrote:
The composition is neither strong nor is there a focal point to your image.

hi photo j...about the picture it was just a random shot i did today...when i woke up this morning it came into my mind that i had downloaded the trial version of photomatix a couple of weeks ago after reading "Syncharmony's classic cars HDR"but haven't use it...so i went out looking for parked cars which is "awkward" haha so after 3 hours of walking still no shots...i decided to sit on the corner and have a smoke...then before i left i took this shot just to remind me of what i did today hehe...i just liked the effect that i think i would look better on a well composed image...

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Perhaps both worth bearing in mind when you next take photos. The overprocessing has brought out a little interest though with the sky.

I will...tnx... :D :D

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2008 1:49 pm 
Nice picture!!! :)

This may actually be a good photo for this month's assignment :P


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Xnightz wrote:
This may actually be a good photo for this month's assignment :P


tnx..yeah maybe it would be great for the assignment if i had only zoomed out to wide angle and capture the busy people passing by...and the picture was taken on 31 aug so doesn't counts hehe...anyways tnx Xnightz...

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