I saw (in popular science magazine) that they (adobe I think?) are developing a camera with something like nineteen lenses all taking the same picture at a slightly different angle to get the same kind of effect. Ridiculously high definition and the possibility of a "focus" brush in Photoshop programs.
I love the angles on this, and the tone. very nice
yep. moving cars are not catchable for multiexpisure pictures. I cry for "still" shots like this one and for possibility to make one goos shot in raw format to try to create hdri from one raw-file opened with different exposure settings.
I like the composition, and the color/lighting (it's a multiple exposure blended with a program?) is certainly artistic. The only criticism I have is that the image looks strange as you look beyond the first car. Take the flag poles for example. For some reason, the clouds are significantly lighter on the right side of every pole than they are on the left side. Perhaps it is from a lack of experience in using your blending program. That is really more of a question since I'm not aquainted with the software. The other problem is the image is blurry/shaky beyond the first car. It appears as if the camera (or the subjects) moved between exposures. The cars, the people, and the flags all look strange. They are difficult to look at without getting a headache.
it's three shots with different exposures, made without tripod in a quite short period of time, wind blowed, people moved, engines worked cars shaked. bwah.. what for I'm saying all this to you. if you have a headache looking at this picture, then don't look at it
Hey Tommy. I just wanted to point out again that I did like the composition of the shot. The angle on the car as well as your proximity to it was very nice. But, what your response says about everything moving over the course of three exposures begs the question: Why do it? It's really more of a criticism of the software rather than the photographer. I mean, the software can take any dull photo and make it look interesting to the unrefined eye. But in this case, it took an otherwise interesting photo and made it look technically poor. I would really like to see one of the photos in a stand alone version, perhaps in b/w. I feel as if that would showcase your talent much better. I've looked at your collection, and I am very impressed with the exception of the hdr corrections. I'm very intrigued with "waterworld" and "there's always another way" and many others. So, just take this as constructive critisism please. I look forward to seeing more of your work.
in my opinion it might be better to combine the images in photoshop the old fashion way and blend in the hdr image where it looks best, because there are some inconsistencies in this image, for example the flags, the light areas near the stands and back/top of the car among other minor spots.