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  1. GutsAndGlory

    GutsAndGlory TPF Noob!

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    Just a shot I took today before it started to rain:)[​IMG]
     
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    How much did you bump the saturation levels?
     
  3. GutsAndGlory

    GutsAndGlory TPF Noob!

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    This is the original shot. I am really into making the colors "pop" right now. I jus think that it adds a little more to the photo
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  4. Keith Gebhardt

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    now see.. this is a lot better of an angle. and you definately bumped the saturation and contrast way to high.

    the only thing i might do here is check my curves.
     
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    the original is way better
     
  6. Offbeat

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    I know what you mean by making the colour pop out but sometimes it doesnt need it.

    I agree with a5i736 and prefer the original.
    Could also do with straightening.
     
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    You were right to try and improve the colour but saturation is not the best approach. This was done with a polarizing filter. Put the original and this side by side and you will see the difference.

    skieur

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    Franky *being a sat nut myself*, I love the first one you posted. Very nice!
     

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