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May 15, 2014
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I combined twOld-Truck.jpgo images I took into this image, the truck was from a recent car show and the background was one of my landscape photos.

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May 16, 2014
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Definitely fits into the altered reality category!
I think you did a great job combining the 2 images into
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HDR in all it’s glory lol!
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May 16, 2014
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Very cool image and the car, especially the color. I like how the shiny bumper reflects the surrounding. HDR would pretty good for this image.  

May 17, 2014
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very cool shot… i like the HRD look of it…

 

May 25, 2014
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Very cool image and the car, especially the color. I like how the shiny bumper reflects the surrounding. HDR would pretty good for this image.  

I’m glad you liked the bumper reflections, it took three attempts to get it how I wanted it, I finally used the clone tool at about 40% to add the reflection from the field.

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Interesting.  I would think that in this case there would be little or no reflection due to the back lighting and the shadow of the car.

Was the angle of the truck and horizon intentional?  In this rather surreal image, I think it adds to the effect as does the rather unrealistic sky.

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