Before and After

Started by A4size, June 20, 2011, 07:27:50 am

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June 20, 2011, 07:27:50 am Last Edit: June 21, 2011, 06:58:17 am by A4size
Retouch test
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ajcgi

Nice. You've illustrated a rather good point here. Retouching is used on practically every form of digital media. It's worth a bit of practice. My red-rocked landscape I've got going on is totally bereft of drama and interest without post work.

inkydigit

very nice, did you use a z depth render for the dof blur?
the reworked version looks excellent!
:)

Henry Blewer

Nice work. I still like to get Terragen 2 to render without re-touching. I have started re-touching the test renders, then adjusting the Terragen 2 settings to match the re-touch for a final render.
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Kadri


Nice post work ! I mostly don't like DOF , but here it looks good , A4size !

A4size

Thank you all!

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ajcgi

Ah even better. Lovely translucent look on the grass there.

ra

Wow, that last render is just awesome!
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TheBadger

PhotoReal! I wonder if you would detail how you go about your work for us. I have seen many good renders some look like photos and some look like abstract art, and some look like cartoons. How do you get your images so real? Trial and error seems a little primitive for such high level work. So is it you color, your settings, what?

Thanks for sharing.
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