Spidy

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    Was shooting a music video yesterday with Spiderman in it... The costume was so awesome I took him aside for some personal shots :)

    Working on the video was really inspiring, I plan on making another one that is 100% my idea for a friend.

    Editing:
    - B&W conversion in Silver Efex Pro
    - Massive contrast boost with added structure and grain.
    - Local dodge/burn adjustments.
    - Added a little vignetting.

    RedArt photographer, *monz*, and 70 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Bossnas 41 months ago | reply

      Sweet. You're well and truly back :-)

    2. anete bauere 41 months ago | reply

      amazing! great b&w photo

    3. ersanna 41 months ago | reply

      Amazing...

    4. Philipp Hilpert 41 months ago | reply

      :D
      link for the video once it is finished, i like =)

    5. mabel.sound [deleted] 41 months ago | reply

      B&W art shots of Spiderman...awesome.

    6. Erick Loitiere 40 months ago | reply

      great b&w! nicely done.
      merry christmas ^_^

    7. Bettyboo2010 40 months ago | reply

      Scary!! but it was a good shot, I like the lighting ;)

    8. al roney 40 months ago | reply

      love the reflective eyes. and the contrast boost works well.

    9. Omri Suissa 40 months ago | reply

      absolutley LOVE IT!

      (add me as a contact if you want :)

    10. Karl Batchelor [deleted] 37 months ago | reply

      Very cool!

    11. [ pm ] 36 months ago | reply

      Uber cool..!!

    12. animefx 33 months ago | reply

      Just curious, what do you mean by adding structure?

    13. Daniele Zedda 33 months ago | reply

      Structure is an effect in Silver Efex Pro, it's basically a relative contrast boost, you can easily replicate the effect with the use of unsharp mask and something like clarity.

      I don't usually rely on plugins for my look but since I'm using Silver Efex Pro in my workflow I take advantage of the ready feature.

    14. animefx 33 months ago | reply

      I see... Thanks for the information.

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