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October 2008 - Photo assignment 2 - Halloween and/or Horror

This is a discussion on October 2008 - Photo assignment 2 - Halloween and/or Horror within the Photo assignments forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Both of these are VERY well done PK! maybe a small burn to the hand in shot 1?....but FAB shots!...

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    Both of these are VERY well done PK! maybe a small burn to the hand in shot 1?....but FAB shots!
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    Just for Fun




    And a crop from the above:

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    These are fun shots raiven! perhaps a bit more contrast to the hair would be nice but I like them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PKMax View Post
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    WOW these are great.
    What did you do to get that effect on the face for the first photo if you don't mind sharing

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    YIKES! so scary! really well done raiven!

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    The little guys eyes light up! Picture is taken at f5.6 for 1 sec with Nikon D60, in a low lit room with flashlight shining on his hair. It is converted to black and white with green filter to make the hair show up even more using Nikon's NX2. I am just learning to use it (only had it about a week). I was trying to go for the bride of Frankenstein look.

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    heres mine its not really halloween or horror....but....please comment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kissa View Post
    WOW these are great.
    What did you do to get that effect on the face for the first photo if you don't mind sharing
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    I don't mind sharing lol, just trying to remember what I did heh.
    There was some warping done, to enlarge the eyes, and make my face longer etc.
    Then used a new red layer, and masked so that only the eyes were affected. can't remember how I combined it though, I tend to cycle through the overlay options till it looks right lol.
    then ran a quick cross process adjustment on the curves, then adjusted the hue to be a bit greener.
    oh, and grew a bit of a beard.
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    I think the warty pumpkin and dark mood does fit the theme WD! One thing the be aware of are distractions in the background. That stick is a bit of a distraction...but the rocks that totally look like a body work for me.
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    Here's my contribution
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