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post Jan 8 2011, 04:44 PM
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Hello from Ukraine. Spread your review of their latest photo processing.

Jaguar XF

original



processing



result



video processing
Look only in HD in expanded form, the whole screen.



Fiat 500

original



processing



result



Honda Civic

original



processing



result



Volvo S80 II

original



processing



result



Ford Focus II

original



processing



result



The rest of my work can look at his personal site http://bilichenko.org

Thank you all for your attention and feedback.
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DB9
post Jan 8 2011, 04:51 PM
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At first glance, I really like the first one and the last one. The 2nd one doesn't belong in this group in my opinion. The background is all off, and the car looks very pasted in. It is pretty incredible what you're able to do with sub-par snapshots though.
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post Jan 8 2011, 05:07 PM
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i dont really like the photos and that they are 'fake'

but damnn that last picture is awsome. that defiantly takes some skill to do that
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FLWE
post Jan 8 2011, 05:15 PM
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The last one is great! Good job. :-)
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Continentals
post Jan 8 2011, 05:23 PM
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Thanks for a response
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post Jan 8 2011, 05:53 PM
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I dont really like any of them apart from the last one, the other ones look like something you did at the start of your career and the ford feels like your latest work. That being said the last one is awesome. i would prefer it without that other car in the background, it doesnt make much sense why it would be racing a ford
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post Jan 8 2011, 06:48 PM
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Come on my site, there it is very much presented works, it is possible still that that will be pleasant? Thanks
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post Jan 8 2011, 09:18 PM
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Wow.
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post Jan 8 2011, 11:34 PM
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Your photoshop skills are top notch, I will give you that!
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post Jan 9 2011, 12:00 AM
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007 in a Jag? Travesty!
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post Jan 9 2011, 12:01 AM
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You have some outrageous skills.

I'm surprised everyone likes the last one though, there's a fundamental flaw in that when drifting the rear wheels will be dragged through a corner due to a lack of traction, what you have there in your pic is the front wheels being pushed wide = huge understeer.
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post Jan 9 2011, 04:39 AM
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QUOTE(TW0R @ Jan 9 2011, 07:18 AM) *
Wow.



QUOTE(Carter N @ Jan 9 2011, 09:34 AM) *
Your photoshop skills are top notch, I will give you that!


thanks
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post Jan 9 2011, 04:43 AM
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QUOTE(rob200sx @ Jan 9 2011, 10:00 AM) *
007 in a Jag? Travesty!


By the way in the Casino the Grand piano the new car of the Bond should be Jaguar XF
But that that at British hasn't grown together and have left DBS.

QUOTE(//deanphoto @ Jan 9 2011, 10:01 AM) *
You have some outrageous skills.

I'm surprised everyone likes the last one though, there's a fundamental flaw in that when drifting the rear wheels will be dragged through a corner due to a lack of traction, what you have there in your pic is the front wheels being pushed wide = huge understeer.


Judging by weather conditions road slippery enough, on it drift on a forward drive is quite justified.
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post Jan 9 2011, 05:59 AM
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Has decided to add some more the works:

Jaguar XF

original



result



BMW 321 1939

original



result



BMW X6M

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results



Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX

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results

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post Jan 9 2011, 07:02 AM
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Great job, I suppose, but the question is; why spend so much time on such crappy photo's? Imagine what you could do with a good shot to start with!
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post Jan 9 2011, 07:29 AM
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This work I am doing under the order, for car owners or for magazines that do not have the opportunity to make such pictures. They sent me a photo, but I'm working with them for a theme ...

Examples of my photo shoots can be found here:

Rig-shot:
http://www.bilichenko.org/main.php?type=7

Girl & Car:
http://www.bilichenko.org/main.php?type=13

Details:
http://www.bilichenko.org/main.php?type=12

Interior:
http://www.bilichenko.org/main.php?type=10

Night Shot:
http://www.bilichenko.org/main.php?type=9

Statics:
http://www.bilichenko.org/main.php?type=8
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post Jan 9 2011, 10:09 AM
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This one is my favourite on your site! :-) Looks amazing. How is it done? Same technique as the other works, you showed above? And where are these cool backplates from?
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post Jan 9 2011, 10:37 AM
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^ whoa!

You same some amazing photoshop skills! Awesome work.
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post Jan 9 2011, 11:29 AM
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My guess: Hellgate London for the city background + Aston Martin shoot pebble ground + WW2 building on the right?

What impresses me most about your postwork is your adding believable reflections INTO the car. I always find that a real test.

Top notch skills man. I think if you just cut back on some of the fantastical elements in your images they would go from "photoshop arty farty work" to impressive "commercial" vibe stuff.
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post Jan 9 2011, 12:29 PM
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QUOTE(FLWE @ Jan 9 2011, 08:09 PM) *
This one is my favourite on your site! :-) Looks amazing. How is it done? Same technique as the other works, you showed above? And where are these cool backplates from?


Thanks for opinion. You excuse me, but I badly know English, on it haven't absolutely understood your question? smile.gif

QUOTE(ronaldo.s @ Jan 9 2011, 08:37 PM) *
^ whoa!

You same some amazing photoshop skills! Awesome work.


Thanks smile.gif

QUOTE(Seethegrim @ Jan 9 2011, 09:29 PM) *
My guess: Hellgate London for the city background + Aston Martin shoot pebble ground + WW2 building on the right?

What impresses me most about your postwork is your adding believable reflections INTO the car. I always find that a real test.

Top notch skills man. I think if you just cut back on some of the fantastical elements in your images they would go from "photoshop arty farty work" to impressive "commercial" vibe stuff.


You have hit the nail for 100 percent smile.gif Gallant smile.gif

Thanks for opinion, soon will new works wink.gif

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