Inspirations for Google and Bing

  • Everybody knows th shameless mess of Google and Bing-images. What i do and what you can do is, bring more harmony in your tiles with a "little" work in Photoshop, like this example:


    Before:



    after:



    It's a "little" handpainting, setup lightning and selektive colorcorrection. Hope, you like it. :)


    My next question: Do i have now the copyright on my own work in this case?


    Or, as I sometimes do, i combine google and bing images into one tile.

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    Edited once, last by Schnuffelduffel ().

  • My next question: Do i have now the copyright on my own work in this case?

    No, sadly not.

    But I combine both sources as well for my Comores-Scenery. (Sadly cannot publish it as well.)

    Combining two or more sources helps to eliminate Clouds for example.

    But it is a lot of work to do, to get good results.

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  • But, you can legally share (maybe not here) your work for testing purposes. A request for testing to see if your work looks the same or different on a different pc setup is perfectly legal. Also to look for errors and omissions. (some call beta testing) :P


    Regards,

    Ray

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  • Could you post your work flow that led to these results? Which program and which tools you used? I tried some image corrections with Photoshop for one of my own sceneries but no matter what I do I just can't get the colors right. It looks better than before but by no means perfect. I played with saturation, color temperature, exchanging colors and so on but nothing really got me where I wanted to go

  • I try, to do a tutorial. :) But, what can i say now: It's only made with Photoshop ( CS2 ) and Love! ;) In this case its a more complicated and i believe, i needed 10 hours of work for this Tile ( Record! ). ;(

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