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This is a discussion on High Pass Editing within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; I shot this last night because I am trying to mess around with high pass editing. It isn't easy to ...

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    I shot this last night because I am trying to mess around with high pass editing. It isn't easy to get things to look right, but here is my 3rd attempt. Another was a fire truck and the other was a tonka truck and my son.. .both came out much more poor. This one is passable.

    I just wanted to ask if anyone else has had experience with this type of editing and if they could give any tips. I do not want critique, it's a crappy portrait shot of me. What I want is technical advice on high pass or ultra high def editing, if anyone can help me out.


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    I'm only somewhat familiar with this technique but I'd like to investigate it a bit more for my own learning.

    What software are you using? and can you post the original (I'd like to see the sharpness)

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    Here is a crop of the original as it was before editing. I took it last night after work because I wanted to do this tonight so the focus wasn't really dead on or anything... just a quick tripod shot then I went to bed... but I wanted it at night because I thought it might turn out better...



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    cool - got it. now what software are u using for the high pass?
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    If you used photoshop, then I might have a suggestion. What are you trying to accomplish? A surrealistic effect or increased sharpening.
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    Well, you have certainly proved that high pass editing does not create flattering portraits.

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    Well.. I am going for an effect similar but not the same as Dave Hill.

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    Try this link Scott Kelby is the master

    http://www.scottkelby.com/blog/2008/.../1094#comments
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    I'll still stick with saying that Dave Hill is better at the style... it is actually pretty much termed after him. Just browser search his name... he will be first.

    I don't want to copy it... I just want to develop something similar and build an action for it.

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    what software are you using for the high pass?
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