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Composite street view
Contest Number: 113 Contest Theme: Composite Lens: DA 16-45mm f4 Camera: Pentax K30 Shutter Speed: 1/45s Aperture: F5.6 
Posted By: bondarenko_at, 01-18-2016, 06:52 AM

Shot with the first snow in Odessa while walking home from work.
Made with 3 photoes.
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02-01-2016, 05:07 PM   #2
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Could you elaborate a bit on the composite process?

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Ok.
First of all I want to say that I'm only 3 Years in photography and making small steps in PP.



I was lucky to have my camera with me that day. It was heavy snowing and me with other workers went home early. So I could enjoy walking home and taking picks.
I take 3 shots with exposure bracketing.



Thouse 3 shots were processed in photomatix to get one tiff image with fine detail and smooth light. Also I got same 3 shots processed in photomatix to get one inage with maximum contrast.


I opened images in photoshop and playing with opacity I create one image I like most and add curve layer to set the white and black points. Then Hue layer and adjustment colour layer to set everything as I like. Put a copy of background to multiply mode with color balance layer all in group with mask to adjust some better look mostly to the center object. Then I added some fog, light the center, and increase some overall detail. Finally I desaturate the part above the roof cos it was orange part of another building and I didn't want to see it in my image. Above it all I added the layer with white dots to make it feel more winter.
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