Kodje's Gallery | ~ Bouquet final ~

Discussion in 'GT5 Photo Mode Galleries' started by Kodje, Sep 2, 2012.

  1. GTracer98

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    Fantastic shots, awesome historical feel and amazing toning and compositions! :drool::tup:
     
  2. zzz_pt

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    Great edit in the 8C. The base shot was great... HaerBev's panos are always a great choice! :)


    As to your SAUBER...well they are...the same as always really. Your HDR's are a pleasure to see. :tup:
     
  3. Kodje

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    Thx a lot mate, really glad you like the mood of this set :)
    Thank you very much Nicolas :)
    Thank you ! that's nice to read, especially that you liked the mood of these pics. Your comments are always a pleasure to read :cheers:
    I understand, it's a little bit too much maybe :) Thx for the criticism, always appreciated, and glad you like the rest :cheers:
    Thx Eric :)
    Yes the preview is made from the bonus shot so a little bit different from the whole set... As always you perfectly described the main elements I've tried to put in these pics. Thx a lot for your detailed comments Paul, they are highly appreciated :cheers:
    Thx a lot Nenad, glad you think it's a good rain edit and thx for your comment about the C9 set :)
    Thank you very much George, really glad you think the mood of the set is good :)
    Thx a lot !
    That's really nice to know that you like the Jag' set Ilya and very glad you like the last 8C picture, your work is one of the main inspiration in my last edit attempts :cheers: Thanks for the kind words about the rain edit, I'm very happy it seems to be not too failed :) And glad also you like the mood of my last work :cheers:
    Thx a lot for your enthusiasm Ciro ! Really glad you like this set :)
    I agree with you Ricardo, working on Hervé's pano is always a pleasure. He makes so great compositions :) Glad you think my edit work on this 8C is not too bad and thx for the kind words about the C9 set and my work in general. It's a real pleasure to see you back here :cheers:
     
  4. Terronium-12

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    I really enjoy when people do sets with the Standards. It's a time consuming process (which is why I no longer bother) cleaning everything up and kind of amending your usual editing style to suit the task, but once it all comes together it's rather brilliant.

    As is the case here. :tup:
     
  5. Kodje

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    Thx a lot T12, glad you like this set. Was almost my first real time with a standard (the previous ones were some one-night stand :lol:) so I'm really happy if it doesn't look too bad :)

    Some news for today. I begin with my last entries :

    CCCL 133 - Unedited
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    Photomode 147 - Unedited
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    CCCL 132
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    2.0 147
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    I go on with two re-mix of Hervé's panoramas :

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    And to end this post a preview of my next set to come :

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    Hope you'll enjoy it !

    :cheers: Thanks for watching :cheers:
     
  6. dxm8975

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    Shucks, your photos are not awful at all - loving the clear composition of the whole photos, visionary gradations(sideways blur) and fair sense of motion are prospective. :tup:
     
  7. ShadowPeter

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    2nd, 4th, 5th and 6th photos are really amazing kodje! Great job! :):tup:
     
  8. GPR

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    Nice works Jeremy. I really like the Aventdor shot, would look even more awesome editied I reckon. Love how agressive and fast it looks with that anlge and composition. :tup:

    I also really like your pano remixes, lovely tones and softness to them. :tup:

    And that preview looks good too, the clean cut light to dark almost silhouette look with the red of the brake lights standing out looks great. :tup:

    Sometimes I look at other peoples work and think, man I should try to do some different things with my editing to really push myself into new areas and styles and often looking at your work I think that. :tup:
     
  9. Kodje

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    Thx mate :tup:
    Thx a lot Peter :cheers:
    Thx a lot George ! That's "funny" you especially like the aventador pic, I thought to some of your work when I've shot it ;) And yes i project to edit it (one day...) Also very glad you like the preview of the Ford set to come, you point out the main elements I've try to put in it :)

    And I can't be more pleased than to know my work could be something like an inspiration for you. Simply because you are one my main inspiration in this forum :cheers:
     
  10. lukasauno

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    Very nice work there! 2nd picture is just amazing!
     
  11. Kodje

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    Thx mate :)
     
  12. Kodje

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    From Darkness to Light
    Ford GT LM Spec-II

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    This set is a bit special. These pics invite you to follow this beautiful car in a little road-trip.
    That's why all pics have been taken from the rear, we just keep behind the car like a bird.


    From The Darkness
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    Going Nowhere
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    Stairway To Heaven
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    In Search Of The Lost Riddim
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    Into The Light
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    "From The Darkness" & "In Search Of The Lost Riddim" are panorama made with merged pics.

    Hope you have enjoyed the trip

    Thanks for watching
     
  13. yamalen

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    Very nice set !
     
  14. GPR

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    Simple short set but very nice. Interesting concept with the only rear shots leading you through a story. :tup:

    They are all pretty good but it must be said that 'From The Darkness' is the best and excellent. :eek: Love the warmer feel and soft light leak . The composition and angle is great and the tailights look awesome. This is a real beauty Jeremy. :tup: :tup:
     
  15. Jay.

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    Ditto, last shot is amazing. :tup:
     
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    Srairway to heaven and Into the light are my fav!
    You rock Jeremy! :tup: I love your style.

    I noticed you didn't shoot the car from the front hehe :p
     
  17. lukasauno

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    Nice set dude! Love the colors
     
  18. ShadowPeter

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    The Last rocks!! :drool:
     
  19. dxm8975

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    Brilliant ones, you're still on the rails for carrying on bowling us over for your astonishing quality of the photos and how dexterous of your hands on editing those artistic photo works really are. :tup:

    I'm utterly in favor with all of the shots that you instilled in the framing with lighting in varied degree of brightness.
     
  20. Giulietta73

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    Sublime set Jérémy:drool:
    From the Darkness is a new classic - an epic shot of an epic car! This shot is one of those rare 'Hall of GT Fame' shots! Its what we are all trying to create!!!:cheers:

    Going Nowhere is bleak and desolate - just the driver and the road - awesome!

    Stairway To Heaven - "...and as we wind on down the road..." Brilliant shot, with the flyover just visible in the distance. Love the road markings disappearing into the corners of the shot - great composition:tup:

    Riddim - great angle and lovely sense of speed. The details of the car are shining through:drool:

    Into The Light - love the lighting and the strength of the shadow. The curve of the road combined with the angle of the beast are perfect!

    Bravo Jérémy:cheers:

    Now, where's that waitress?
     
  21. Kodje

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    Thx Emmanuel :)

    Thx a lot George, "From Darkness" is also my fav' in this set, really glad you like it mate :cheers:

    Thx mate :)

    ;)
    Thx Ricardo, glad you like them :cheers:

    Thx ! :)

    Thx Peter, glad you like this one :)

    Thx a lot mate for always taking time to make so in depth comments, a real pleasure to read them each time :cheers:

    Thx you so much Eric for all these kind words, I'm really glad you like so much the first one :cheers: And you've perfectly described all the elements I've tried to put in these pic. Thx a lot for taking time to watch my work with this attention and write such a nice to read comment man :cheers:
    And for the Waitress, maybe you should ask Momo ;)
     
  22. Nato_777

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    Hey Jeremy, sorry I haven't been in for awhile but I'm glad I've finally managed too again this latest set is fantastic! :bowdown: Eric summed up each shot perfectly so not much point in me repeating him other than to say I wholeheartly agree. :)
     
  23. proby458

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    Sorry for posting so late, I thought I had replied to your gallery.:dunce:

    Darkness into Light, is such a refreshing twist and it's a great concept too.
    It's like a journey in pictures.

    I'm quite fond of Stairway to heaven and In search of the lost Riddim, both look so real to me.

    An overall excellent set, and can't wait to see what you come up with next.
     
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    Not just the photos that express great definition, but the titles very well relate to each image's mood. Nicely done one again, Kodje! :cool::tup:
     
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    Agree with George your concept is really intersting. I don't want to repeat previous comments, I just want to say that I like this shots very much. :drool:
    Great work, Jérémy ! :tup:
     
  26. NP

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    Brilliant set, Jérémy. I'm a huge fan of that car and your images have done it more than justice. :bowdown: :tup:
     
  27. Kodje

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    Thx a lot Nathan, I was so busy (for work) these last weeks I understand your pb ;) Glad you like the set mate :)

    Thx a lot Paul, really glad you liked the "journey concept" of the set :cheers: And really glad you especially like "In search of..." and "Stairway..." :)

    Thx Eric, I don't use often titles but this time they have came by themselves ;)

    Thx Ilya, always glad to know you like my work mate :)

    Thx a lot Nenad, I'me a big fan of this car too, so really glad you think my pics are a good tribute to it :)
     
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    Awesome job on Herve's panoramas! :drool:

    And then there's this set! :drool: I love them all but my favourite is "Stairway to Heaven" - just wow! The composition, toning etc. :drool::drool::drool:
     
  29. Kodje

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    Thx a lot Ciro, glad you like my versions of Hervé's pano and my last set :cheers:

    My last edit of an Hervé's pano :

    A cold winter morning
    Original photo by Haer Bev. Edited by me
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  30. Sir Tuddle

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    Amazing edit, loving the atmosphere :drool: :tup: