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Jason Fitzsimmons

Jason Fitzsimmons Photography

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Hey,

 

New to the site. Thought I would make myself know in the Photography section. There is a lot of really good work floating around this site.

 

Here is a link to my site, there is a bit of everything there.

 

http://www.jasonfitzsimmons.com.au/

 

Any feedback is welcome.

 

Jason Fitzsimmons

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hey mate , seen your photos from supercup

 

some exellent work in there man

 

look forward to seeing some more of you work

 

keep it up

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Nice work mate, i like the tight framing, they seem to work on all shots from your Shannons National shots. Keep up the good work champ!

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I quite like that last Porsche one. If that was my car I'd have that print hanging on the wall.

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Thanks,

 

That one is my favorite from the day

 

I quite like that last Porsche one. If that was my car I'd have that print hanging on the wall.

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Saw some of your photos in the G1 thread I think it was, they are pretty good :thumbsup:

 

What camera/ lenses are you using?

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Saw some of your photos in the G1 thread I think it was, they are pretty good :thumbsup:

 

What camera/ lenses are you using?

 

Thanks,

 

Main camera is a Canon EOS 40D I have a 20D as well

 

Zoom lens is a Canon 70-200 F4 L also have a Canon 17-40 F4 L for the wide stuff

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Nice work man.

I saw you out there on the otherside of the fence at G1. You got some great shots!

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Here are a few images from the weekend

 

Love the Mono (red) GT3 shot... GREAT!

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Cool processing on those!!

 

So what have the clients said once you given them the photos?

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Cool processing on those!!

 

So what have the clients said once you given them the photos?

 

The client loved the shots, it was exactly the look they were after

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Dont suppose youd wanna share how you got the washed out look? I looked into it a while back and found a few photoshop things that did it automaticly but thet werent perfect...

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Massive Win! They look great, and so does the website.

 

I love the 4th one of the open-wheeler, with the flames, inside wheel lifed a little, and the spray off the outside wheel, realy gets the sense of speed through.

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Dont suppose youd wanna share how you got the washed out look? I looked into it a while back and found a few photoshop things that did it automaticly but thet werent perfect...

 

Combination of things-

 

-Tiniting

-Exposure

-Contrast

-Saturation

 

Try layers with 'colour dodge' and use your opacity to get the correct amount.

 

Obviously what severity you use these things will determine how 'washed out' etc and what colour wash you will get.

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Ah cool, figured itd just be a matter of fiddling but had no idea where to start. Seems to be pretty spot on in those pics, good work! Got any more from that set?

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Ah cool, figured itd just be a matter of fiddling but had no idea where to start. Seems to be pretty spot on in those pics, good work! Got any more from that set?

 

The rest can be found here

 

http://www.jasonfitzsimmons.com.au/shes-worth-it/

 

Will post some links to tutorials that I used as a start to get the effect later tonight

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Dont suppose youd wanna share how you got the washed out look? I looked into it a while back and found a few photoshop things that did it automaticly but thet werent perfect...

 

To start with all the photos were given a green fluro look and a bit too much contrast in Lightroom.

 

Then I used the following sites as a guide

 

http://www.webdesign.org/photoshop/photo-editing/colorful-and-dreamy-scene.16793.html

 

http://www.photoshopsupport.com/tutorials/or/cross-processing.html

 

Have fun and good luck

 

 

 

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