Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by OdzBodkinz, Apr 22, 2012.
I have added some more images to the end of the thread.
How did you process these images?
First three are HDRs from in cam jpegs. Last two jpegs processed in LR.
Really liking the 4th shot...its got a bit of creepy eery. Although its a reflection for whatever reason it looks like a murder coverup and the car is being sunk into the ground.
Really nice work. Just a question: Did those 1/3 sec. shots work handheld or were you using a tripod? I've seen other things where 1/4 second handheld seemed to work with the image stabilizer in the E-M5. Just curious. Sounds too good to be true.
Tripod for the HDRs.
Number 3, likes this a lot . Nice !
I'm goin to buy me a Mercury, and cruuuuuuise up and down this road, up and down this road.
That's good HDR; it still looks like a photo, rather than an over-processed photo.
I'd like to see a pic of the car that is reflected in the water. It looks Pontiac to me...
I read the post and thought someone got lucky and found an EM-5 in the junkyard, now that im in here, have to say the black and white one under water is awesome.
lovely pics. i really was putting on my shoes to find the junkyard the em5 was in.
I second that. Your touch with the HDR is spot on.
I'm pretty sure those bottom 2 are a Bonneville. Beautifully shot and processed. A+
Nice work and just the sort of images I enjoy - well spotted!!
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