difuse glow

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  1. JonMikal

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    wat ya think besides the first table cloth blown way out?

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    Looks good. With a title diffuse glow I expect some things to be blown out. I like the soft glowy effect.
     
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    Hey Jon,

    Very nice. Was this done in photoshop?

    Eric
     
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    Classic shot! I enjoy the highlights drawing my eye into the frame. I think shapes can carry a photo. At times "perfect exposure" can be overlooked. To me the difuse is subtle enough to work well in this frame.
     
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    nice work with diffuse glow. you can tame the diffuse glow beast a bit buy creating a diffuse glow layer and deleting it around the first table cloth.

    The diffuse glow filter is the most abused filter in pshop in my humble opinion, its nice to see it used well. :)

    The composition is very nice here, i love the way the white table clothes meander towards the top - good work!
     
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    looks really godd from here! very nice composition and all.
     
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    I like the composition, the cloth being blown out does not seem to affect me. my eyes follow the tables and leads me to the waitress. The tables being empty creates a mood.
     

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