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    #61

    Thanks a lot m-arch.

    Well i wouldnt trust much on a Samsung LCD, but i trust in you .
    Ive got one Samsung 21´ and he burns pretty much the highlights. Guess its normal in most LCD´s i know. Thats why i have a CRT and/or Mac.

    I might not go to Cam2 AE and just do it more naturally - Cam 2 Raw render with photoshop post production (the contrast part you liked i think) and had just a light post in AE - for vignetting mostly.

    Yeh i think i will drop the subtle foreground blur - edge softness - or decrease it considerably.

    The blueish shadow is intencional but that has to do with AE post work which im going to cut from the production soon. My goal is a white/blueish highlight vs yellow/redish midtone with neutral shadows and today looking at AE post i wasnt so satisfied anymore.

    Many thanks for the input again.
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    #62

    Very good concept ... And the result is amazing.
    But AO corrected layer, for my taste, the shadows are too fine.
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    #63

    Hi Jacinto. Nice images! Can't wait to see the final output,i know its gonna be more impressive. Cool POVs and well blend materials.Glad you find the books useful. I guess the only thing I'm not really sure about was the scale of the Ando book,i don't know if its out of scale or maybe the other books are just big. For your reference that book was 230mmX300mm in reality. Well,goodluck and keep it up mate!
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    #64

    Thks ARCHITHEKTHURA! Rly nice share in free stuff.

    I know what you mean! Its the other black book (more close to the camera) that is really a big book and the Ando book might feel out of scale - and even more when its far away from the camera! Didnt change any scale on any books rly.

    Cheers!
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    #65

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: metrocubicodigital
    Thks ARCHITHEKTHURA! Rly nice share in free stuff.

    I know what you mean! Its the other black book (more close to the camera) that is really a big book and the Ando book might feel out of scale - and even more when its far away from the camera! Didnt change any scale on any books rly.

    Cheers!
    LOL! Thats a really huge book then.
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    #66

    If i find the time i think ill change it (gotta agree it feels out of scale altho its not - ask bertrandb bernoir :P ) along with the orange books which do not please me totally aswell in my interior case as mentioned before by m-arch.

    Cheers
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    #67

    Good work! Keep going!
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    #68

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: metrocubicodigital
    Well i wouldnt trust much on a Samsung LCD, but i trust in you . Ive got one Samsung 21´ and he burns pretty much the highlights. Guess its normal in most LCD´s i know. Thats why i have a CRT and/or Mac.
    I know exactly what you mean, I still keep my old Viewsonic CRT just for color correction emergencies. The Samsung is useful though, if only to see what everybody else sees (everybody has a Samsung, at least around here).

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: metrocubicodigital
    Many thanks for the input again.
    It's absolutely my pleasure!
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    #69

    Final entry

    This is my final entry!

    More info/ credits on the first post shortly.

    Good luck to everyone.

    Jacinto Monteiro






    Last edited by metrocubicodigital; 2011-05-22 at 03:43 AM.
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    #70

    mm..

    very beautifull outcome, metrocubicodigital!
    Good luck for th efinal ranking =)...

    glimpse
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    #71

    What are you waiting for? ... Complete contest .. we have a winner .. Congratulations Jacinto Monteiro ... You have reached the main focus is realism ... you got! Earn
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    #72

    Great! Awesome entry Jacinto. Goodluck mate!
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    #73

    Great final entry Clear and smooth. bravo
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    #74

    Hi Jacinto, those are for me one of the best interiors I have ever seen.
    Bravo
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    #75

    Great entry Jacinto, I like it! congrats my friend and good luck!
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    #76

    Your final works are my favorite! Well done!
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    #77

    Hey guys,

    Many Many Thanks. Im very pleased you liked.

    Im posting an extra img just for fun and also a small tip contribution related to it - darkest wood edge detailing found on the tables, bookcase and doors main structure. Its a very small detail but imo makes a great difference.

    Cheers and good luck once again to all great artists involved.



    Last edited by metrocubicodigital; 2011-05-22 at 08:39 PM.
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    #78

    Good luck! I like your work very much.
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    #79

    Hi Jacinto,

    I think we have a winner here! Congratulations, excellent realism, perfect lighting, great camera angles and your usual attention in the details. The one with the three pictures is my favourite.

    Cheers, um abraço,

    Francisco
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    #80

    very nice image, super interesting lighting and perfect color correction. wish you good luck
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