(5 years and 1983 days ago)
Author, please read the contest guidelines: Since no outside sources are allowed a step by step is required. That means posting your original photo.
Step one is the original.
Can't see much difference.
Sorry thats just the way my camera took it. Sorry also that I didn't make fireworks but I like sutle changes with photos.
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(5 years and 3020 days ago)
Looks like the orange truck is out of scale, otherwise everything else is great!
Very interesting image just a few things to clean up, just above the truck there is a corner of the barrel image, just to the right of the blue can there is a odd circle
Would be interesting to see 'high res'.
very nice feel
Thanks madamemonty for catching those. You have a goood eye. Also I put in the high resolution shot. Thanks also CMYK46 but don't think I am good enough to change the truck now.
another thing you could maybe fix is the orange colorcast on the water you don't have to remove it just desaturate it a litle it will make it fit with the whole stormy weather feel
You've still missed one corner of the barrel image, it's just above the tree line
floods stink....yeah yeah...floods stink -- your picture doesn't though
I tried what you said slayyou hope I got close thanks. I got it agin madamemonty. This will make me check more closely the next time thanks.
I like it, but some of the objects' colours don't match with the rest of the image, but i know it's too late to change. Good luck!
Congrats for your first place, Norman!
Congrats, really nice job
Congratulations for 1st
congratulations on your win
A borrowed photo. (5 years and 2887 days ago)
looks like a good rebuild..........but you had an opportunity here to alter the lighting and shadows, so why didn't you?
Wow, but it needs some extra work
I'd add a vignette and bring up saturation a little bit since it's kinda washed out. Also, the coat of the boy on left is not very good. gl!
its good but when I flip the bits and reposition on speparate layers, they all fit together realy easilly, with a slight rebuild on the mans leg.
so, what are you saying?
That its very good but perhpas not as dramatic as it first seems.
Thanks all for comments. I was not trying to be magical just was givening my self more of a challange than just color and removing specks.
ok, I see your point, but it is still a color conversion, and not a bad one at that.....
Did you actually tear this image into 4 pieces to make for more of a challenge? Just curious.
I wonder that too... I also wonder why did you show some teared parts upside down.... Looks more 'dramatic' that way... :P Well, if it was really teared like that before the restoration then you did a great job making it look like it wasn't. No sign of it at all
I took the parts that were scan for me by a source and worked with what I had
(5 years and 2600 days ago)
here is the source for this photo .
This photo was a contest image from PST, at the time it was from sxc.
Brushes for the clouds: http://www.obsidiandawn.com/clouds-photoshop-gimp-brushes
Brushes for the lightening:
http://www.obsidiandawn.com/lightning-photoshop-gimp-brushes (5 years and 2284 days ago)
very nicely done author..
Spooky, ghosts and bats are to come soon
Lovely work author! best of luck!
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