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Tahir SOYLU
Posts: 28
İstanbul, İstanbul, Turkey


Is it???

http://fc00.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2012/207/3/1/before_by_mtsoylu-d58o1lp.jpg

http://fc03.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2012/207/7/0/after_by_mtsoylu-d58o1q3.jpg
Jul 25 12 07:40 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Tony Yang
Posts: 580
Fort Lee, New Jersey, US


How appropriate! Check out my first attempt tongue

http://www.knsaber.com/2012/08/generation-hipstergram/

http://www.knsaber.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/1DS_0009.jpg
http://www.knsaber.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/1DS_9988.jpg
http://www.knsaber.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/1DS_0047.jpg
http://www.knsaber.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/1DS_0060.jpg
Aug 07 12 12:17 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
MCP Photography
Posts: 343
Frederick, Maryland, US


Jaime Ibarra wrote:
[To Koray's quote above...] Huh?

This thread was recently brought to my attention...as I read through it, I am admittedly honoured by the amount of people that were so quick to mention my techniques, but I am also a bit apologetic for indirectly (and unknowingly) causing such a stir, here. I respect the purpose of this forum. I am not here to use this as a vehicle to advertise my services. Point-of-fact, I rarely use MM as a platform to advertise ANY of the services I offer, as most people on this site are unwilling/unable to pay for...well...anything.

I recognise that MM is what it is.

I maintain my profile here on MM for the sole purpose of increasing my internet presence. Nothing more. The same is true with about a dozen other "community" sites I am on, as well. I am only socially active on my DeviantArt profile, for reasons I see no need to outline here.

And only since there is much being said about me & my techniques on this thread, whilst not one person has directly asked ME a single thing here, I will respond by saying this: yes, there are likely several ways to accomplish the general look of my post production, but that is only part of the equation leading to the end result I achieve. There is the human element that is unique between myself and the people I photograph that never seems to be taken into account (although Koray touched on this a bit), but it is actually the most driving factor in the 'look' of my work.

I'm leaving now...but anyone here is more than welcome to contact me directly.

I am not known to bite smile

From your written words, it's a pleasure to see a true gentleman. Glad there are a few left in the world.

Mo

Aug 12 12 09:20 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Kristofer J Lloyd
Posts: 110
Windsor, Ontario, Canada


i've played with this "style" a few times. Tho i havent gotten it obviously, def found some nice "looks" in the process.
http://500px.com/photo/2200658
Aug 14 12 12:17 am  Link  Quote 
Digital Artist
Koray
Posts: 6,682
Ankara, Ankara, Turkey


Kristofer J Lloyd wrote:
i've played with this "style" a few times. Tho i havent gotten it obviously, def found some nice "looks" in the process.
http://500px.com/photo/2200658

looks good to me smile

Aug 14 12 01:37 am  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Angelo Dau
Posts: 131
Sassari, Sardegna, Italy


Kristofer J Lloyd wrote:
i've played with this "style" a few times. Tho i havent gotten it obviously, def found some nice "looks" in the process.
http://500px.com/photo/2200658

Very Nice Kris

Dec 25 12 01:07 pm  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
IMPhoto
Posts: 38
Houston, Texas, US


Hey Guys, I just completed a one on one session with Jaime and I am so pleased I did. He is such an open guy and took the time to explain anything I asked in detail.

If you really want to know how his post processing is done I would certainly approach him for a one on one session. You will learn so much more than post processing.

All in all a really interesting experience.
Jan 01 13 04:23 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Photography by Sean
Posts: 118
Atlanta, Georgia, US


Kristofer J Lloyd wrote:
i've played with this "style" a few times. Tho i havent gotten it obviously, def found some nice "looks" in the process.
http://500px.com/photo/2200658

Great work!
Could you outline the process?

Jan 02 13 04:35 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
ShadowImage Photography
Posts: 225
Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Sean Alexandre wrote:

Great work!
Could you outline the process?

It's like "fight club". The first rule is that you don't talk about it.

Seriously, he makes money from the one-on-one sessions.  He needs to protect his intellectual property.

Jan 07 13 06:42 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
CEB Imagery
Posts: 1
Scottsdale, Arizona, US


Ive just completed one if his one on one sessions and it was great. Spend a few hours learning his techniques and hope to use that to build my own look.

If you can awing it it was well worth the investment.
Feb 24 13 05:22 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
NothingIsRealButTheGirl
Posts: 32,089
Los Angeles, California, US


ShadowImage Photography wrote:
It's like "fight club". The first rule is that you don't talk about it.

Seriously, he makes money from the one-on-one sessions.  He needs to protect his intellectual property.

That's why I'll never do it. If he tells me things I already know I don't want to have a gag order on stuff I already knew.

Feb 24 13 05:39 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Robert Jewett
Posts: 2,428
al-Marsā, Tunis, Tunisia


You can get his how-to video on his website.  Not sure of the price.
Feb 25 13 01:14 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Mickle Design Werks
Posts: 5,949
Washington, District of Columbia, US


Robert Jewett wrote:
You can get his how-to video on his website.  Not sure of the price.

Here is the link to Jaime Ibarra's video tutorial:
http://ibarrasquared.com/shop/colour-gr … ial-video/

Cost: $199

It's an instant download.

I bought the video so I'll give you my take on it. Presentation is a screencast that is about an hour long. He takes you through a complete edit of two images from RAW conversion to color grading. I like his technique and his instruction is very easy to follow along and understand. It's deceptively simple but powerful, flexible (non-destructive) and faster than you'd think.

I think it's well worth the money.

Mar 03 13 10:36 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
FSG Photography
Posts: 8
Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Ok, I started this puppy over 3 years ago.

Thanks to all who have contributed and commented.

I think it's now official.  We can lock this thread. 

Mickle Design Werks wrote:

Here is the link to Jaime Ibarra's video tutorial:
http://ibarrasquared.com/shop/colour-gr … ial-video/

Cost: $199

It's an instant download.

I bought the video so I'll give you my take on it. Presentation is a screencast that is about an hour long. He takes you through a complete edit of two images from RAW conversion to color grading. I like his technique and his instruction is very easy to follow along and understand. It's deceptively simple but powerful, flexible (non-destructive) and faster than you'd think.

I think it's well worth the money.

Mar 04 13 05:34 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
bastian
Posts: 93
LONG ISLAND CITY, New York, US


dont close it,

i like this forum alot, this is how we learn how to achieved ibarra's look

let me try too
Sep 08 13 02:30 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
bastian
Posts: 93
LONG ISLAND CITY, New York, US


is this jaime look

http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/yy355/Dezant_Miradz/ScreenShot2013-09-08at50611PM.png

second one

http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/yy355/Dezant_Miradz/ScreenShot2013-09-08at42732PM.png
Sep 08 13 02:36 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
bastian
Posts: 93
LONG ISLAND CITY, New York, US


http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/yy355/Dezant_Miradz/ScreenShot2013-09-09at13049PM.png
Sep 08 13 11:22 pm  Link  Quote 
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