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  1. Michaelaw

    Michaelaw TPF Noob!

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    I don't know if this one does anything or not. I was focussed on the colors in the light but now...The vision has faded

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  2. loser101

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    Doesnt do much for me, sorry
     
  3. MrMatthieu

    MrMatthieu TPF Noob!

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    Does not not do too much for me neither ;)
    branch in the foreground :er: , and washed out colour , I may suggest you to crop the white part of the building (to keep only soft colours) and remove with PShop the branch

    Mat
     
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    You definitely have the right idea. Try a few more of this shot and try to stay away from distracting foregrounds.

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  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The blue inside the cross, its yellowish border and the blue of the sky make a nice image. The noise is distracting (but there's always NeatImage for that), and so are the twigs... and the white corner.
    But it is not yet one to be thrown away. You can still do something with it. And if it is testing all your conversion skills, or trying out anything that might help along with converting it (though I do appreciate the two blue-s).
     

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