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Discussion in 'GT6 Photo Mode Galleries' started by leeislee, Dec 7, 2013.
Always beautiful pictures
perfect editing,very cool shot
... these wheels on this car are controversial imho
Wow! I'm absolutely loving the toning and lighting in your latest masterpiece (regardless of which version you take into consideration). The 3D effect is very easy on the eyes, so that's a huge plus in my book.
Thanks everyone. Glad you like it, it turned out a lot better than i thought. I really like it myself hehe
I like your idea with 3d photos. i got my glasses and its fun watching them.Keep up the good work
I prefer the non-3D version.
Here I Am
This car was my first ever car crush when i was a kid. I remember seeing it and i was amazed by it. It was just the coolest car in the world, in fact i still think it's just incredible.
For this edit i wanted more of a deep dish look for the wheels so i editied them. I also wanted to do some sort of air scoop on the bonnet (hood) so i drew one in...The flames on the side finish it off nicely!
Oh, My 2nd love was the Countach and my 3rd was the AC Cobra!
Here's the original:
Anyway...Thanks for looking
That is one sexy Vette, great work Lee!
The additional parts, the wheels the flames, everything just fits perfectly. I also dig the work on the background. Wow!
Does this mean we are going to see them soon???
Simply beautiful. The light/tone is and great sense of depth.
It's just perfect
Superb work Lee ! Loving it !
This is the result of another action i created in Photoshop. You load it up and run it and you have a great dramatic, contrast heavy photo in about 5 seconds. I then spent about 20 minutes touching a few things up and adding a little bit here and there. I was thinking of turning into a rain edit but i couldn't be bothered as creating good rain edits takes a long time and i'm very, very lazy!
Not very good but not too bad considering it's 90% a photoshop action!
I understand not many will like it.
Also i love estate cars so much we not long bought our very own...spacious!
Thanks in advance for the 4 comments fellas
Here's the original:
Surely not not most amazing shot but still a very good photo. Great PS action, I'm using some of yours lately for the sky and other things.
And especially that I own a Audi RS4 from 2002, I like these sporty Estates.
Indeed! But may i ask, how do you accent the tire marks so much? I have been trying to do this for a while, but can never get it right!
I agree that
Lovely work, as usual, Lee!
It's a little cheat that you can do in GT6.
1, Take your picture the way you want it using NO FILTERS (save photo)
2, Take the same picture using the EXTREME MONOCHROME FILTER (save photo)
3, Take the same photo using the PARTIAL COLOUR FILTER (save photo)
4, Open your first NON FILTER photo in photoshop.
5, On a new layer above the original add your PARTIAL COLOUR photo and set the blend mode to LUMINOSITY
6, On a new layer ABOVE the Partial Colour layer add your EXTREME MONOCHROME picture and set the blend mode to SOFT LIGHT
7, Create a new blank layer ABOVE all the others
8, Press CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + E to merge the image onto a new layer and then change it's layer mode to MULTIPLY
9, Adjust the opacity and/or blending mode of the layers and then go about your usual editing routine to get the desired results.
10, Still try and use LEVELS, CURVES etc to get the effect you need before trying this technique
11, Be aware that this technique looks great AND often looks awful depending on the location/settings used
**I've attatched a couple of Photoshop actions to this post that contain the FILTER technique above. They're not fully tested so you may get a few errors but they always work error free for me.
If you get errors then re download it and try them again as i'll fix any errors i notice**
I also work often with several different filter modes for one shot, works pretty well.
The attached files shows an error when clicking on it.
Ok, i've just noticed i deleted a step in the action by mistake...i've fixed it, download it and try it again.
@NBDESIGNZ Is it working now? :/
Yes it does!
Thanks for the tutorial lee
My favourite has to be the first shot since your selected style has made the car look a bit evil. Even if it is about to be defeated by the corner it is about to take.
Not been here for a while, so i thought i'd add something to my gallery.
Was going to be videoed for a tutorial on the best way to correct colours and contrast separately from using levels, curves and the hue/saturation tools...but i decided not to do it hehe.
Wow leeislee, you sure as hell know how to make a shot!
Superb edit Lee! Nice work making the stands look futuristic - it fits the aesthetics of the car perfectly.
Astounding!!!! Wow!!! Great job Lee!!!
Very nice, very very nice!!!!
Very good job Lee! Congratulation!
I'm sure that ain't 2015 hehe. Really futuristic and realistic. Always love to see your work mate