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rain dance by realgraphics

rain dance


Quote: "it has not stopped raining here all day"

LOL

Stuart, its not stopped here too, My thougths go out to all the photographers and goths on the last day of thier April meet. as most have a new costume for each day.

By: realgraphics

Steelmaking, its in our blood by realgraphics

Steelmaking, its in our blood

Thanks Dave, I took this from the road-side (open to the public).

By: realgraphics

Corus Teeside SOS by photodoktor

Corus Teeside SOS


Quote: Should have been put on a political blog site or the likes...not here. Sorry but thats my view; as this site is for togging not politics!

Is this not a forum for showing your work?
This image is spot on, its caused a reaction from its viewers, and if all my images did that then I would be happy, Its just a shame Geoff Waterfield is not still with us to see it today.

By: photodoktor

the printing room by realgraphics

the printing room

Cheers muka, I trust you are well (and very tanned).

By: realgraphics

Bournemouth Pier by realgraphics

Bournemouth Pier

Thank you Jo

By: realgraphics

Quay-Ring by realgraphics

Quay-Ring

thank you saeidNL

By: realgraphics

The Printers Apprentice by realgraphics

The Printers Apprentice

Jester,
Why is it?

By: realgraphics

Rusty by modelmentor

Rusty

great portrait, Paddy.

By: modelmentor

Pink Curls by dandeakin

Pink Curls

i like this very much, Iam looking for a subjet thing simular to include in my PF

By: dandeakin

Herringfleet Pump by ianrobinson

Herringfleet Pump

Stunning shot, Paddy

By: ianrobinson

low tide by realgraphics

low tide

No Jim, but I will give it a go, thank you, Paddy.

By: realgraphics

Cliff House by realgraphics

Cliff House

Thank you Jane.

By: realgraphics

Waking The Witch by Nick_w

Waking The Witch

this is great i love the showing of your sources

By: Nick_w

Autumn in Grasmere by wolfy

Autumn in Grasmere

loverly, very dreamy effect

By: wolfy

the coble oars by realgraphics

the coble oars


Quote: I have no idea how to achieve this end result

this is my work flow (work being said loosely as i love creating) its what i have developed that suited me, and my not be the most efficient way of doing things (iam always looking for smarter ways to achieve results).
I took 3 bracketed RAW images using the exposure compensation feature on the camera, imported them into lightroom(LR)(my image library/catalogue is its main use) , exported them into photomatix pro, combined and adjusted them in that program, then saved and exported back LR, where I place a faint dark vignette, then i right click on the image and select edit in photoshop. From here I then look for any dust/rain and erase that with the spot healing tool, tweak the levels and the curves tool, then using dodge and burn tool I really define the features within the image such as the clouds, should it need it (and it normally always does) i will adjust the horizon. then the very last thing i do is use the unsharp mask, before saving.
i hope this has not put you off, you can download a trail version of photomatix from their website as you can lightroom and photoshop from Adobe (no i do not work for any of them)
the other "secret weapon" i use is an crystal clear HD screen (recently purchased) that allows me to see the image much different from my old system, looking back at older images of mine; http://www.ephotozine.com/user/realgraphics-83399/gallery/photo/court-house-1293...
with the old system this image looked great, viewing it with my new system the image looks flat and lack contrast and structure.
perkjude I hope this helps you somewhat to achieve your end result. thank you all for your comments. Paddy

By: realgraphics

colorful by scrcortes

colorful

this is very impressive

By: scrcortes

The Coble by realgraphics

The Coble

Thank you all for your kind comments.

By: realgraphics

Ribblehead Viaduct by ripleysalien

Ribblehead Viaduct

The sky looks like it is a paranostic flow, powerful, Paddy.

By: ripleysalien

red hut by realgraphics

red hut

Dave thank you for you time to comment steer me in the right direction, all constructive critique is welcome,
Paddy.

By: realgraphics

Autumn Leaves I by skennedy

Autumn Leaves I

I like the colors and tones in this image, would i be right in sayinging there was only one leaf?

By: skennedy

boscome pier by realgraphics

boscome pier

Big thank you for the award and the clicks, very much appreciated.

By: realgraphics

Boscome jetty by realgraphics

Boscome jetty

Thank you all for you comments they are inspiring.

By: realgraphics

Elements Combined by cdm36

Elements Combined

I love this

By: cdm36

Central Hall by MikeH

Central Hall

great image, we all love a chancer

By: MikeH

Transporter Bridge by john short

Transporter Bridge

great processing

By: john short

Sands End by realgraphics

Sands End

Bill, thank you very much, i really do value your critique, and i have taken on board what you have said and i will apply what you have said, Cheers Paddy.

By: realgraphics

SNF Designs by yauimagery

SNF Designs

Beautiful image, i would love to know a little bit more on settings and so on, please tell me this.. are you allowed tripods in there?
Paddy

By: yauimagery

carousel by realgraphics

carousel

Thank you very much Stewart.

By: realgraphics