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  • bighbigh Posts: 5,514
    edited December 1969

    I use daz figures combined with my real life photos. Still a newbie in this, but I love the effect I get on the photos.
    Normal photographing aint fun anymore :P

    Dragon lady: http://studiohelgeland.com/news.php?extend.37

    The werewolf: http://studiohelgeland.com/news.php?extend.25

    The white tiger: http://studiohelgeland.com/news.php?extend.13

    yummy

  • StudiohelgelandStudiohelgeland Posts: 0
    edited February 2014

    Ecit

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  • Richard HaseltineRichard Haseltine Posts: 19,889
    edited December 1969

    We have had to remove your link as the image was too gory for the forums, at least without content filters - if you wish you can upload it to a site such as Deviant Art that requires a log-in and preferences set to view flagged images and post a link to that version.

  • StudiohelgelandStudiohelgeland Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Ah, no problem :)

  • cclesuecclesue Posts: 33
    edited December 1969

    I too have tried this and find it fun. The first nine are the result of one shooting session done with an eye to creating such stuff.

    http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/15458/viewall

    It all started with an image I ran across that screamed for something like this:

    http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/15719292

    Warning if you look at the rest of this ladies portfolio be prepared for some nudity.

  • Jake__RusselJake__Russel Posts: 0
    edited December 2012

    cclesue said:
    I too have tried this and find it fun. The first nine are the result of one shooting session done with an eye to creating such stuff.

    http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/15458/viewall

    It all started with an image I ran across that screamed for something like this:

    http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/15719292

    Warning if you look at the rest of this ladies portfolio be prepared for some nudity.

    Here is my first real rendering against a photo to match the 3D with the photo as closely as possible. Its a desert scene I made for a project and I couldn't do anything with e-on Vue so I just chose to use a photo as a backdrop. It turned out to be better than a rendered background using Bryce or Vue.

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  • Jake__RusselJake__Russel Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Good to see that it is more people here that does the same :)
    When I was a kid, Jaws was a big mistake to see :P I had nightmares for several years.

    Sooo I had to try a shark render :D

    http://studiohelgeland.com/news.php?extend.40

    Wow, How did you do that shark image? That is really good. You must be a professional artist or something. I do photo backgrounds in my renderings because I am lazy, and it gives the image more realism at the same time. Here is one I did for a guy who's publishing his book called "The last spartan: DJ's Mission" He needed to visualize one of his characters in his novel and he says this rendering is exactly what he was imagining him to look like. (I used a photo as a background)

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  • StudiohelgelandStudiohelgeland Posts: 0
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  • Jake__RusselJake__Russel Posts: 0
    edited December 2012

    Tnx :) No, not an professional at all.. Spend a couple of hours a week editing photos only :)
    I made the mountains/ship and the shark in daz/reality/luxrender. Then I tok a terrible photo of myself, and used rons waterline brushes to make the water :)
    Quite easy actually, but I should have used a better model :P

    My health aint the best anymore, so instead of taking photoshoots outside, I have a studioshoot once a month.
    And I find studio backgrounds boring, so thats why I use renders in my photos :) Its much more interesting then one coloured backgrounds + I can adjust the lights of the background to match the model ( As I cant with normal photos added to background)

    Cool caracter, looks like a real badass :D

    Its rare to find anyone using Reality/Luxrender on this forum. I actually use it exclusively because I can never get the Daz Studio lightweight right. I still think your images are very professional, on par with stuff I see in magazines. I also use rons brushes a lot. I prefer gritty and manly faces, so you are the perfect "model" for the types of images you do (like the "sweating bullets" image in your gallery).

    Here is another image I made using a photo background and shattered glass foreground, blurring the image a bit using Tiltshift, and using a photo filter to match the background color with the armor.

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  • Jake__RusselJake__Russel Posts: 0
    edited December 2012

    Here is another one.

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  • StudiohelgelandStudiohelgeland Posts: 0
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  • Jake__RusselJake__Russel Posts: 0
    edited December 2012

    Here is my first car rendering I did a few months ago using a photo as a background.

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  • Jake__RusselJake__Russel Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Here is another one I did with a photo background.

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  • Dave SavageDave Savage Posts: 1,942
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  • Jake__RusselJake__Russel Posts: 0
    edited December 2012

    Biker Dad, photo of front yard with a motorcycle. Still don't own a real motorcycle model so I had to use a photo. Didn't turn out right so I had to blur the background a little. Considered my worst compositing.

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  • Jake__RusselJake__Russel Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Now I am working on a photo where I am going to edit an eagle in the hand of a girl..
    And the plan is to have this in the background ( alittle Lord of the rings inspired )

    Going to fix some cool clothes to the girl and the eagle she holds now :)

    Cool, can't wait to see it!!!

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  • Jake__RusselJake__Russel Posts: 0
    edited January 2013

    http://studiohelgeland.com/news.php?extend.43

    Phui, this took more time then I expected :) But finally done :)

    Another good image!

    I'm curious, do you use Poser or Daz Studio?

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  • Jake__RusselJake__Russel Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    daz studio ofcourse :) Tried poser one time and that was enough for me :P
    Daz is much easier for a newbee like me :)

    I was a poser guy until daz studio matured to what it is now. A maxed out daz studio pro with all the plugins can crush poser pro any day.

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  • Jake__RusselJake__Russel Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=299557156831144&set=vb.141345834494&type=3

    A quick video that shows how I edit my real photos with daz props.
    (Not a tutorial, just to show how I do it)

    Very interesting. What daz prop did you use for what the girl is standing on? Did you paint the background (looks like a hill or castle in the background).

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  • Tramp GraphicsTramp Graphics Posts: 1,758
    edited December 1969

    http://studiohelgeland.com/news.php?extend.47 <--- What do you call a mix between pegasus and unicorn? A pegacorn or unisus? :P
    Neither. You call it a Winged Unicorn. Pegasus was the name of a particular winged white stallion, not the name of a species (except in Dungeons & Dragons, but they bastardized a lot of mythologies for monsters).

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