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Audi S3

Discussion in 'Photography & The Digital Darkroom' started by steve1975l, Mar 23, 2007.

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    Straight out of the camera shot in the car park at work. I have the RAW files but don't have photoshop at home? CC please.

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    Love those two pics! Superb!
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    scib4 Beep-Beep!

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    Some nice pics there mate :icon_thumright:
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    Thanks guys.

    Any members in Leatherhead / Epsom areas want any pics taken let me know as I need to practise some more and my car is always too dirty.
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    nice fella, done that engine thing with my old car, been meaning to do it on the new one

    keep it up =)
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    rickparmar va va voom

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    nice pics :) could you do a quick write up on how you did the bonnet pic mate is it 2 layers
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    Use a tripod and take 2 pictures. I used the rectangular marque tool just to get a rough copy of the entire engine. Paste on new layer. Use eraser and lowered the opacity to blend the edges. Lowered the opacity some more to make a smooth transition. Then lowered the opacity of the layer to 50%.

    Probably not the best way to do it but in photoshop there are several ways to do anything. It seemed to work OK for me and only took a couple of mins.
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    I really like the clear bonnet effect...
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    I really like the clear bonnet effect...
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    Thanks. I think I will try it with the door next when I get chance.
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    what camera have you got mate? wide angle lense?!
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    Canon 30D
    Canon 10-22
    Canon 17-55 IS 2.8
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