Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by dangerwoman, Nov 21, 2006.
so it doesnt need to be perfect,
but any ideas to make this better?
Looks good...I would add a slight vignette by burning the edges, especially at the top.
i started to do that,
but then wasnt sure if it was necessary
second opinions are great .
Looks great.. Mike how do you add a vignette?
There are several ways to add a vignette. Normally, I will just used the burn tool to darken the corners/edges/background.
Here is an example of a shot where I added a vignette with the burn tool.
Very nice photo Meg.
I agree with Big Mike about the vignetting :thumbup:
I use the burn tool in Adobe photoshop as well.
The Adobe Lightroom Beta has a vignetting tool. By the way, that program is so awsome.
It's pretty easy to go to far with the vignetting, so I'd go light on it. I think a contrast boost for their faces would help. You have a lot of sharpening artifacts (zipper, hair, teeth, eyes, chin), so I'd use that on a lower level.
Great grab....but overall too sharp...can you tone that down a bit? I agree about the vignetting..
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