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Littlebike
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p.1 #1 · Car shot at studio


It has been a long time since I posted anything here. I thought some of you may enjoy this.

Following is a link to an image I just edited from my studio. It is a 1932 Plymouth Coupe. There are a total of seven different images used to create this composite. Each image involved lighting and reflector changes.

equipment used:
5dII
24-70L
580ex
4 Photogenic PL1250DR lights
20'x20' overhead softbox
Photoflex Large softbox
6'x6' Avenger silk
8'x8' blackout cloth
4'x4' black cloth
various pieces of foam core
30'x24'x24' cyclorama that is 12' tall

I used the gretagmacbeth color checker to adjust luminance and color balance.

I have arranged it so you will first see the original whole image followed by the masked area I used of that image.
- Establishing image (No Mask)
- Used elements (Mask)

After you see all the pieces it steps through each pieces being added to complete an image.

Hope you like it: http://www.dalemurrayphotography.com/moxie-steps/



Oct 09, 2012 at 03:24 PM
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p.1 #2 · Car shot at studio


"Car shot at studio"

I'm concerned...was the car seriously injured?

One suggestion. Your "www" link merely links back to this thread, not to your website.




Oct 09, 2012 at 03:55 PM
Sheldon N
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p.1 #3 · Car shot at studio


Nice shot, and cool to see the edit/layering process. Thanks for sharing!


Oct 09, 2012 at 04:06 PM
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p.1 #4 · Car shot at studio


Thats odd. Must have been that way for years.

My web presence is nearly non-existent and very rarely updated. Extremely rare. I put up galleries and link to those for clients but I do not update my site and bother putting links there.

Eventually I will have to do something about this, especially since I own about six URL's and only use two of them. More ideas than time.

The car was the aggressor in this incident. Thankfully, nobody at the studio was shot.


edit:
Apparently I did not have a www in my url when I edited my profile. all I had to do was add www.

Urls are dalemurrayphotography.com and dale-murray.com Like I said, neither is ever updated.



Oct 09, 2012 at 04:08 PM





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