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  1. FraniLoLa

    FraniLoLa TPF Noob!

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    I'd like to know if my photos are any good. I uploaded these without editing. I'm kind of working on my photoshop skills.

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    I'd say these shots are successful. the white in the building is a little overexposed but nice shots.
     
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    FraniLoLa TPF Noob!

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    how do I fix the overexposed white on the building?
     
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    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    it only say that the image was moved or deleted ...
     
  5. FraniLoLa

    FraniLoLa TPF Noob!

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    I fixed the problem! Here is the photo again! =)

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    adjusting brightness might even help. Its not that it looks bad its just pretty bright.
     
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    Is this any better?

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    little to dark but do you see all the detail that appears when it got darker?
     
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    Antithesis No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Try to find a middle ground where you have details in both the highlights and shadows. The image isn't too bad, I personally would have framed it a little more to the right. There isn't really too much in the image that acts as a subject, at least the way your framed it.
     
  10. FraniLoLa

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    thank you very much! i'm going to keep practicing with photoshop!
     
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    Cliche time...

    Practice makes perfect!!! or in photography Practice makes Better
     
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    Try the Highlights & Shadows Tool (in Aperture) or it's equivalent in Photoshop (Shadow/Highlight). Take the original image and turn up the Highlights slider to 1/3 of the way through and be happy :)
     

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