A lot of questions to answer... whewww here i go.Quote:
nice work Jimmy. . . . .
Thanks bro. Not bad on the Panny. I like both versions. Keep practicing.Quote:
^^^ HDR border too! Haha.
j2o, when is Realize coming out with new designs?
Haha. Well whthalo already had the border on it so it HDR'ed the whole thing.
As for designs.... ugh I dunno. I havent been into it lately. With the move
and the printer dude closing out his business I gotta do some searching.
Also I wanna do some new size tags.Quote:
you gotta be quick on your toes...
is your website and/or company realize the truth a reference to the picasso qoute - "art is a lie which makes you realize truth" or something else, alway wondered what exact your realize the truth thing is about or does...
Well it takes time to upload all those pics and post! haha.
As for the quote. Umm I didnt get it from picasso. I forgot where I heard it
from but it kinda stuck to me because I wanted a saying/quote that
stands out and I thought it was powerful, and plus the only available
domain name was realizethetruth because all of the realize.'s were taken.
But with your extensive knowledge of ART... I am really digging that
quote and possibly do a design playing off of Picasso with that quote.Quote:
Yo Jimmy, let me send you the full size pics.
Can you HDR them for me?
Yeah hit me up bro. Theres a lot of different looks with HDR so let me
how you want it. Also if you want me to touch it up more in PS and add
a gaussian blur overlay or whatever.Quote:
So are you just messing with the levels of the pictures? Seems like HDR is is just another way if say "intense photoshop". I thought you had to take like 3-4 different pics of the same thing, all at different levels, and composite them together. In that case, every damn photo I take is like a diet-HDR cause my photos are never the way they should be.
I would say yes and no. It can be done with a lot of tweaks and work in
PS but Photomatix does a lot of the work for you. Also there are plug-ins
in PS that will do it for you also, but I like photomatix outcome a lot better.Quote:
How exactly do you do that in Photoshop? Do you simply just adjust the levels or what?
I did all of the HDRs in a program called Photomatix
and tweeked it a bit in PS.
Great shots Tommy. As for Concert shots. I dunno thats going to be
hard. I've personally never done it but from taking night shots it will be
difficult especially since the artist will be moving a lot and you will get
TONS of blur. I am not sure of the perfect setting to set the camera on
but I would test all them out before the concert. Flash would help, but I
like the look of concert lights a lot better.