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antonioVi (Antonio Vidigal) PRO 9:49pm, 24 March 2007
In order to promote the Wiki of Group "Open Source Photography (OSP)" we will be chosing weekly a photo to figure out in its Wiki first page. We want to do that through a friendly contest. We would be very proud if you joined this initiative , by posting your choosen photos here.

READ THE RULES BEFORE YOU PLAY

Check previous week format before you post.

RULES

-The week is Sunday to Saturday.

- The picture has to have been put in the "Open Source Photography (OSP)" group pool during the week in competition

- Post a maximum of two pictures per week.

- Post a small photo (photo page->all sizes->small->copy html->paste in your message).

- The winners are picked by the admins and based on 3 criteria.

Quality of the picture

Level of difficulty of the post-processing

Quality of the explanation about how Open Source Software was used to process the image.

The winner will be chosen by voting of the Group Members. On Saturday at midnight the voting will begin. Each Photo will have its unique number and you can start voting in this thread, just enter the Entry # of your favorite Photo. Voting will only last for about 48 hours and the thread will be locked and the Winners will be announced. Only one vote per person. If anyone starts voting before it is announced, the vote will be deleted.


Thanks and enjoy the game...
Manυ 12 years ago
#1
Paris Glamour
This is made with autopano-sift, Hugin and Enblend (to stitch 30 pictures together and project them as a stereographic projection), and Gimp (to produce the Orton effect, the coloring, the vignetting, the contrast, curves, etc).
rutty Posted 12 years ago. Edited by antonioVi (Antonio Vidigal) (admin) 11 years ago
OK, got two for you ;¬)
#2
Rubber Ducky (by rutty)

My rubber ducky! I used the GIMP to process this - went a bit mad with the curves on a copy of the original then used the top layer in Overlay mode to calm it down a bit
#3
Green eye (by rutty)

I shot in RAW for the first time yesterday. I used UFRaw with the GIMP plugin. I must admit to be struggling to get accurate colours, however this would have been as noisy as hell if I hadn't shot RAW and tried to oversaturate as much as I have. No idea how my eye came out so green - I was just playing about with the various settings in UFRaw
mkw87 Posted 12 years ago. Edited by antonioVi (Antonio Vidigal) (admin) 11 years ago
#4
This is one of my first attempts at a TTHDR using Qtpfsgui in Ubuntu. Three exposures (-2, 0, +2) were created using Ufraw and GIMP, then saved as TIF's. They were then combined and tonemapped using Qtpfsgui.
Railroad Tracks - East
thejasp Posted 11 years ago. Edited by antonioVi (Antonio Vidigal) (admin) 11 years ago
#5
Three jpegs with different exposure levels were create from same raw using ufraw. Then used exposure blend extension on Gimp to get the fourth dri image.
Blending images taken by exposure bracketing should produce better result.
Exposure Blend
admin
The voting has begun!! Each Photo has its unique number and to vote, just enter the Entry # of your favorite Photo. Voting will only last for about 48 hours and the thread will be locked and the Winners will be announced. Only one vote per person. Have fun !!
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tuxcomputers 11 years ago
#3
rore 11 years ago
#2
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#3
Husk and Sack 11 years ago
#1
Nathan deGargoyle 11 years ago
#2
deimidis 11 years ago
#1
mandus 11 years ago
#2
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The winner was:
#2 by rutty. Congratulations rutty!!

Rubber Ducky
rutty 11 years ago
Hurrah! Thanks all ;¬)
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