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Originally Posted by MicWayWal
07-16-2012 09:47 AM
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didnt read all the replies, so sorry if this has been mentioned....
lighten the shadows
light leaks, or color overlays/gradients at super low opacity
hope this helps
Canon 7D/ 5D MKii, 16-35 f/2.8 II L, 24-70 f/2.8 L, 135mm f/2 l, 70-200 f/2.8 II L, 3x Speedlites w/Phottix Odin triggers
If I wanted that look, I would use a Harrison and Harrison double fog 1 or 2 filter on my camera lens and overexpose at least one stop as I was shooting. Then, you could play in Photoshop.
Nikon F100. Nikon D300 (2). Kodak Retina 3 Automatic Rangefinder, 24mm F2.8AFD, 50mm F1.8G. 85mm F1.8G, Celestron 300mm F5.6 Reflex mirror lens.
People do want this look, but I don't really get it. I think its a fad. But, in Photoshop you can use the lens flair - it works great.