|reply to dolphins |
Re: First attempt at dispersion
I was actually going for the "just hit the mud" look. I`m going to bring the dispersion up towards the front of the jeep or do away with it all together. The dispersion with the mud just really doesnt stand out, would be better on a solid back ground.
Here we go. Without the dispersion and more mud. Darker shadows and brighter colors. I followed a HDR mimic effect tut. Not sure I like it. Looks really edited; Like a ugly woman with tons of make up. What do you think? Point of impact shot?
Included our current FB cover that i did last month. The only thing not shopped is the jeeps position. The original was propped up like this on a ramp.
jaykaykay4 Ever YoungPremium,MVMReviews:
The muddy one now looks clearly muddy but also clearly edited. The extra mud looks wayyyy edited, sorry to say. The Mag cover is terrific. I have been in Jeeps at the edge of a big rock just like that and breathed a sigh of relief that the tire didn't rupture going over it. I won't comment on what happened to the underside!
dolphinsClean Up Our OceansPremiumReviews:
|reply to mythology |
Yes, just as you mentioned, too much. If that was a woman she would be hard to look at.
The dispersion density should decrease as it travels through the air.
Have you given any thought to making a bit of a water wake and less dispersion at the water level, similar to how a boat pushes water ahead of itself at low speeds?
Here's some water displacement brushes to help you unless you want to create the effects yourself? I'm using CS5 also and I installed these brushes.
For those that are unfamiliar with installing brushes in PS. Unzip ABR brushes to or from desktop 'move to' C:/Program Files/Adobe/Photoshop/Presets/Brushes folder.--
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