A&P flood aftermath photos: C&C please

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  1. itchypony

    itchypony New Member

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    Awesome shots. Care to share what PP you did to get that super high-contrast look?
     
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    Girth ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ OT Supporter

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    Wow, those are great.... Shots and PP. :cool:
     
  4. itchypony

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    tetsuo And shepherds we shall be...

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    some great shots in there. i'm not a fan of selective colors though. personally i feel that it ruined some great shots that could've been amazing high contrast black and white shots.
     
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    It did cross my mind that maybe I went overboard on the p&p in some cases. I haven't become so disciplined yet that the whole "less is more" concept has sunk in. I'll get better.
     
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    Awesome shots. I went down to pallisades for a weekend to visit some people who were cleaning up. Very sad sight all along the river there
     
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    damn dude, those A&W shots were very surreal. I wasn't quite sure what I was looking at at first until those came up and it sunk in.
     
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    Very nice PP work.

    What Preset did you use for those?
     
  10. ace3

    ace3 mouthify my wang.

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    great stuff, man!
     
  11. tenplanescrashing

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    read the thread again buddy...
     
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    Thank you. Some of the presets I used: Sin City, Indian Summer, Split Tone, Vintage, Fried Eggs, Hamburger Funky Twist.

    I love Photoshop for being able to manipulate images, but for PP, Lightroom is amazing.
     
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    Nice set!
     
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    cool pics
     
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    Tonster MBA OT'r of the Year 2013 OT Supporter

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    did you shoot in raw?
     
  17. itchypony

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    No, I didn't. Should I?
     

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