Advanced Image editing- Architectural optimization

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Advanced Image editing- Architectural optimization

Post by dutchman » Sat 20 Jun 2020 16:27

The hardest part: removal of the guard railing.
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Re: Advanced Image editing- Architectural optimization

Post by der_fotograf » Wed 24 Jun 2020 08:56

Hm, advanced?

Architectural retouching is more like these examples:

Medicum original: https://iili.io/JQi0mu.jpg

Medicum retouched: https://iili.io/JQiEzb.jpg

Bahnhofstrasse (Dudler) original: https://iili.io/JQiGXj.jpg

Bahnhofstrasse (Dudler) retouched: https://iili.io/JQilee.jpg

Open each linked image in separate tabs by pressing cmd+click or ctrl+click, then you can click the tabs to switch back and forth to see the difference
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Re: Advanced Image editing- Architectural optimization

Post by dutchman » Wed 24 Jun 2020 10:55

OMG!

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Re: Advanced Image editing- Architectural optimization

Post by Jumbolino67 » Thu 25 Jun 2020 00:16

der_fotograf wrote:
Wed 24 Jun 2020 08:56
Architectural retouching is more like these examples: ...
Well, quite impressive. But I am interested, is this retouching achieved with Photoline alone or with help of Photoshop? Because my attemps with Pholine alone cleaning up a foto like you did mostly look at best mediocre.

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Re: Advanced Image editing- Architectural optimization

Post by der_fotograf » Thu 25 Jun 2020 07:40

I have done (and I am still doing) everything in PhotoLine (I don't use any Adobe products!). I don't think that Photoshop or any other software will be of much help or in any way produce »better« results. Good retouching — particularly for architectural photography — relies on your personal skills and experience. You need to understand and train the logic behind the functions. A »good eye«, a solid education in graphics is helpful, as well as knowing how to use layers and the copy brush. In addition, you need time and stamina: very concentrated and precise work for 6 hours or even more per image is the average.

Absolutely clean work is a basic and mandatory requirement for this task.

My advantage is that I grew up at times when we didn't have a computer, just pencils and dyes to retouch either the negative or positive without having an »Undo« button :mrgreen:
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Re: Advanced Image editing- Architectural optimization

Post by gerryW » Thu 25 Jun 2020 14:35

Der Versuch von "dutchman" ist ja auch eher mittelmäßig. Das Haus wurde völlig in die Breite verzerrt und die Proportionen stimmen nicht mehr. Also sehr realitätsfremd. Ob man das Geländer unbedingt entfernen muß? Ich finde das gehört zum Bild dazu und würde lieber vielleicht eine ander Perspektive wählen.

"der-fotograf" zeigt wie es richtig und gut gemacht wird. Da sieht man den Unterschied zwischen Fotograf und Knipser.

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Re: Advanced Image editing- Architectural optimization

Post by Jumbolino67 » Sat 27 Jun 2020 02:36

der_fotograf wrote:
Thu 25 Jun 2020 07:40
I have done (and I am still doing) everything in PhotoLine (I don't use any Adobe products!) ...
Thank you for the more detailed answer. The two pictures motivate me to work more deeply into retouching with Photoline.