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post by Goste   |  | 
Re: First Light Paint
<Reply # 20 on 4/5/2020 3:36 PM >

Posted by MysteriousExpedition


That would work pretty great too. Honestly there's no right or wrong for light painting I think. It all depends on how subtle you would want the colors to be added in


I agree, editing light painting shots like I said is new to me, but with the advice from everyone this one has come along ways, which I realize is to be more subtle about it. Thanks for the advice.







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post by blackhawk   |  | This member has been banned. See the banlist for more information.

Re: First Light Paint
<Reply # 21 on 4/5/2020 3:51 PM >

^The biggest thing I see that's wonky is the gold trim on the chair getting poisoned with red.
Using the red band contrast curve you can get rid of some of it.
Using other PS techniques may be more effective.
I don't use these so not going to be much help with those.

Cool stuff, keep up the effort


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post by Goste   |  | 
Re: First Light Paint
<Reply # 22 on 4/5/2020 4:38 PM >

Posted by blackhawk
^The biggest thing I see that's wonky is the gold trim on the chair getting poisoned with red.
Using the red band contrast curve you can get rid of some of it.
Using other PS techniques may be more effective.
I don't use these so not going to be much help with those.

Cool stuff, keep up the effort


Feel like I have edited this thing like a million times, but it's all good glad to learn. I agree, I actually edited this twice once with just the frame of the chair fixed and the other with the gear box trim also adjusted. Let me know if there is one that takes preference? Thanks for everything again!

Just the frame fixed


Frame and gear box trim fixed





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post by MysteriousExpedition    |  | 
Re: First Light Paint
<Reply # 23 on 4/5/2020 5:21 PM >

Posted by Goste


I agree, editing light painting shots like I said is new to me, but with the advice from everyone this one has come along ways, which I realize is to be more subtle about it. Thanks for the advice.


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This one is perfect IMO. You should definitely go with this one as the tones seem in line with everything else. The light painting shot you had before was really good too. Especially for complete contrasting colors.
But this definitely takes the cake.

Great job!


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post by blackhawk   |  | This member has been banned. See the banlist for more information.

Re: First Light Paint
<Reply # 24 on 4/5/2020 5:34 PM >

Posted by Goste


Feel like I have edited this thing like a million times, but it's all good glad to learn. I agree, I actually edited this twice once with just the frame of the chair fixed and the other with the gear box trim also adjusted. Let me know if there is one that takes preference? Thanks for everything again!

Just the frame fixed
440012.jpg (90 kb, 640x427)
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Frame and gear box trim fixed
440013.jpg (90 kb, 640x427)
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WB and colors look near perfect.
A little flat and neutral but not blown out like the original


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post by Goste   |  | 
Re: First Light Paint
<Reply # 25 on 4/6/2020 12:44 AM >

Posted by MysteriousExpedition


This one is perfect IMO. You should definitely go with this one as the tones seem in line with everything else. The light painting shot you had before was really good too. Especially for complete contrasting colors.
But this definitely takes the cake.

Great job!


Thanks, really appreciate the input!


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post by Goste   |  | 
Re: First Light Paint
<Reply # 26 on 4/6/2020 12:50 AM >

Posted by blackhawk


WB and colors look near perfect.
A little flat and neutral but not blown out like the original


Thanks for all the feedback, has come along way since the original with your help!


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post by randomesquephoto   |  | 
Re: First Light Paint
<Reply # 27 on 4/8/2020 10:02 AM >

Haha.


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