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kennykro 08-29-2014 04:56 PM

Edit for Magazine
 
For those who missed my other post on it, I have started a car magazine, based in Southern Ontario for now, but has room to grow. I do all the photography and design for it. Here is an idea of one of the spreads I put together.

My intention when taking the photo was to do an HDR photo, but I really didn't like the look I got from that, so instead I simply used my favorite parts of each photo. Basically one for the exterior, one for the interior, and one for the car.

Lightest
http://i360.photobucket.com/albums/o...g?t=1409345142

Middle
http://i360.photobucket.com/albums/o...g?t=1409345134

Darkest
http://i360.photobucket.com/albums/o...g?t=1409345127

The type hanging in the doorway may have used bricks from another shot (I can't remember). It was done quickly, and without too much time or thought put into it. The chain was just made up in photoshop, then I had to think of the shadows as well. I'm quite happy with the way it turned out.

Final
http://i360.photobucket.com/albums/o...g?t=1409345147

The originals are straight out of camera, and were RAW files. This definitely helped with editing the colours to where they are now. It is all very pale in the original shots.

Really cool car as well! Around 700 hp, the rear rims are 15x15, which you would have to custom order if you wanted today. The shop in the background is also really cool. The area where this shop is has a lot of drag racing history. Several drag racing World Champions have called this area home.

Martin-Andre 08-29-2014 09:35 PM

Wow, really great shot, Kenny.
Ive tried to getting into autography a long time now, I have tonnes of pics from car meets, track days etc. And its great to see a really good photo.
What kind of tools/filters did you use to get the nice sepia(ish) effect?
Color correction, levels and overlapping layers?

Roadkill 09-02-2014 01:54 AM

Looking good Kenny :thumb:

kennykro 09-02-2014 07:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Martin-Andre (Post 255288)
Wow, really great shot, Kenny.
Ive tried to getting into autography a long time now, I have tonnes of pics from car meets, track days etc. And its great to see a really good photo.
What kind of tools/filters did you use to get the nice sepia(ish) effect?
Color correction, levels and overlapping layers?

Thanks Martin!

I didn't use any special filters. Some colour correction and that sort of thing. Also, I can't say enough good things about shooting RAW photos. They are the best!

Everything was overlapped, then I just masked out everything I didn't want from each layer.


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