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bauercrew

T/A Challenger

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Boy here is an old one i did years ago,, was scheduled to go into the round file cabinet:D ,the decals on this thing wrinkled up big time ,got frustrated and finished it put back in box where it stayed for long time . tech question for you camera guys,any idea why im getting color shift when i open raw files in adobe to do any adjustments or do none at all, and when it go to editor mode it changes drastically ,,,,,,strange thing is it is ONLY doing when i photograph the models:angry:,can take pictures of anything else and there is no color shift:unsure:

 

 

 

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Very sharp model.

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Very nice. Glad it didn't wind up in the round file.

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Decals - and the rest of the build - look fine to me.

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Very nice job on this kit Bill. For me, red is one of the hardest colors to capture in photos. I can take a photo of any red build that I do and the picture will come out....................off. In editing it seems to come out a really bright red when I go one way or a faded red when going the other way. I've had to play around with lighting and camera settings as well as editing to get that color to come out the way I want it.

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I love bit and i love my mopars !!!

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Super sharp looking build.

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Looking good.

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10 hours ago, Renegade said:

Very nice. Glad it didn't wind up in the round file.

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That is one "Nasty" looking Challenger and I mean that in the best possible way.

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Looks the business, great work!!

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Looking good! Mopar to ya!

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Looks pretty sharp.

 

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Great looking Mopar Bill!

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Great looking Challenger.

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That is one VERY TIDY build mate. Well done.

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Looks Great!!

Dennis

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Love dem Mopars, it looks pretty darn good to me Bill, I got one in the works myself.

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On 4/13/2018 at 5:50 PM, bauercrew said:

...,any idea why im getting color shift when i open raw files in adobe to do any adjustments or do none at all, and when it go to editor mode it changes drastically ,,,,,,strange thing is it is ONLY doing when i photograph the models:angry:,can take pictures of anything else and there is no color shift:unsure:

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Try taking pictures outside in natural daylight, but NOT in the bright midday sun, which will cast harsh shadows. And try to use reflective lighting in the dark areas. See if that gives you more accurate color reproduction.

Your car looks more orange than red because incandescent lights give off a yellow hue. Florescent lights give off blue tint.

You can also use the photo edit tool on your phone to "cancel out" the unwanted tint. Go to edit, then hue and slide the bar to choose a tint that reverses the yellow and adds a cooler hue to your red.

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Or changes the color altogether. 

Like this....

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If you trim away the background and paste it exactly on top of the original picture, it'll look like you actually painted the car a different color. Try it, it's fun!

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