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    I tried the Dragan effect with this result what do you think about it?


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  2. kendo1

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    My eyes hurt.

    Not convinced :) There is a black line around him, I don't think there should be.
     
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  3. Orangecroc

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    I personally think that ruins the photo.
     
  4. Nawty

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    Yeah, the original is much nicer.
     
  5. P.Y. Photographic

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    Not to my taste, a bit like over-HDR-ing stuff, that 'halo' around him (particularly noticeable around the maraca) spoils it. Seems to have washed out the detail on his face/forehead as well.
     
  6. Dale.

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    I'm no portrait specialist in any way but I much prefer the original.
     
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    :agree: … with all the above!
     
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  8. kawaracer

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    I know this didn't work out. I like the pics of http://andrzejdragan.com/ . ahter doing some rechearch I've tried it on one of my pics but I don't do portraits so I took a concert pic. Thers is somethin I didn't do wright, now I'm looking for some feedback to find what. Sharpening through a high pass filter can that be the reason for the hallow?
     
  9. kendo1

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    Sorry, my post wasn't actually helpful :)

    I'm not familiar with how to do it successfully. All I can suggest is look on YouTube for a demonstration.
     
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  10. posiview

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    Yup, a work in progress, but thats what TP and photography/PP is about IMO. You tried, didn't quite work, do it again until it does :)

    Try this linky and post the results (y)

    Cheers.
     
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