View Full Version : Trying to simulate the look of a photo
i've played around with colors, brightnes, sharpnes, kontrast... to achieve a photo-like look
At least the pics made with my brother's digicam look similar to this ;)
04-25-2002, 04:43 PM
It's very nice~~!!:cool:
Very nice indeed!
As a Big DOTT fan - this appeals to me on a number of levels!
:bounce: :bounce: :bounce:
Excellent and original idea and very well executed.
04-25-2002, 05:20 PM
hmmmmm, very nice, I like it, BUT!
-Something you did on this, makes it blurred, and you can't really see where exactly the camera focuses.
-I'd fix the paper that's used for "ground" for the toys.
-The contrast between the shadows and the light on the toys is too great. I mean in real life, you would prolly see just some faint shadows under the table, not like the dark ones you have.
All in all, it's very nice, I like the attention to the little things in the playset, even though most of their detail isn't showing. The textures are also very nice.
04-25-2002, 06:43 PM
nice lighting,but the grass look's a bit to hairy(or fur);)
04-26-2002, 01:32 AM
In my opinion, and through a few experiments, i've found that by incresing the contrast of the picture, you get a more realistic image! Try incresing the contrast by about 25%:hmm:
day of the tentacle rocked the world!
:thumbsup: :love: :p :psycho:
thanx for all comments
right, some parts would not be that dark in reality
will fix that
the grass is also quite unreal
what about that ground? something wrong?
the low contrast fits better to a normal unedited photo by a cheap digicam than high contrast
maybe i'm going to rebuild some more DOTT stuff ;)
04-26-2002, 10:48 PM
what software do you use... it looks like maya ?
anyways...it' very nice...
no matter if it looks like a photo or not...
just very nice
04-26-2002, 10:59 PM
I love the stormtrooper head! Very nice image. :thumbsup:
Make Dr.Fred's lab!!!
I use the "little brother of maya" ;)
Make Dr.Fred's lab?
bit it's big with many details in it
01-13-2006, 06:00 AM
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