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StudioOne - Umma


By mbit posted Wed, Dec 09, 2020

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StudioOne - Umma
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Fri, Dec 11, 2020
by RxLnx

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Post processed;

reduced white channel (12%), increased black channel (6%), increased brightness (4% = to compensate for red-wht/inc-blk), added texture. Increased red channel (5%), increased blue hue (12%).

resized and remapped. increase texture 2.4% after resize.

Resize trick was to bring overall viewer focus in closer - then take advantage of the mirror images to give depth/3d background aspect. Needed to preserve the shadow cast (model) as it is one of the image good/special qualities.

 Could have removed the mirrored writing - but did not as this was for example.


 Depth/3d aspecting  ... that is a first and complete accident. I was looking at the centre point focus (outcome floating  frame), trying to decide whether to focus on her - or better, halfway between her and her shadow (as done).

 Noticed the corner of the floating frame (right stairway image) developed depth of field/vision - if where the image frame was cut/reduced.


 Complete accident actually - but a rather interesting effect.

 I think - in principle - all renders of stairways and angular perspective views will gain added perception of depth if/where the outward border is cut to nothing (no adjoining reference) - because it tricks the eyes of the viewer.


 Have to think about why (probably correct above). Bottom line is it creates a great effect/bonus (artificial depth of field/perception depth).


Cheers,

Rick.


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Thu, Dec 10, 2020
by RxLnx

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Agreed, but too much white. I'll grab it and see what can be done (PP).


 Very good.


 Rick.



Wed, Dec 09, 2020
by daggerwilldo

What a gorgeous lady in  luxurious surroundings. Very nicely done.  Instant LIKE...




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