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Hello Just wanted to share the WIP for the entry for this last contest!

that vase looks promising (Living Assemblies #1)

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and this sexy grill

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from the inside:

 

WhatsApp Image 2017-09-26 at 21.31.03.jpeg  WhatsApp Image 2017-09-26 at 21.31.12.jpeg 

   and some tests

 

I wanted to make something with this "mood" image the colors got me:

5VqeP6Y.jpg 

 

contest_sept_clean 2017-09-26 20331900000.jpg  contest_sept_clean 2017-09-27 01460600000.jpg 

 

making more tests to check the final composition.... [comp]



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Mmmm - intriguing!
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I can't post any images...

 

So I have this test I used the HDR exterior preset and then used PS with the Nik collection filters (free ones, really cool) and came with this HDR, the issue it's that exporting to any other format different from TIFF it changes the image (I think because of image compression in JPG and PNG) so my only alternative was to save it as a TIFF (32 bit) no apparent loss in quality... but a 61 megas TIFF... so nope.... so I take a screenshot with the HDR open and this is the test render...

 

any help to handle and use HDR's?

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/wxgplvw211zvty4/Untitled-1.png?dl=0


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Hello, so this is my entry for this month contest!

I used the bloom tutorial video from podium, very subtle (I think) and the Nik filters collection

I think it was a nice exercise! 


contest_sept_round 2017-09-27 _merge_bloom.jpg 



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Nice when we can let our minds wander. I wish I had paid more attention to the forum and had seen this exercise. I would have thought of something. Very cool. Nice dogwood!
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Thanks! directly from the browser that dogwood

 


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Yes sir... know it well.
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