Fisherman!

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  1. Robstar1619

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    Fisherman at the river.
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    Nice pic, but it looks kinda blue, atleast on my monitor. Some pp would help.
     
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    whats up with the blue
     
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    I like the blue... just wish it was a little bit lighter... overall...
     
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    Wow..i didn't realise it came out that blue:blushing:..it's just that i used my pc at work..old pc and now i see it at home and is very blue indeed!
    Better?
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    I actually liked the blue before... but... hey...

    is the horizon level? it might be the tree line throwing me here...
     
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    Guess the thing to do (at work!) is to use the info palette to check the colours - especially if you used Lab values you would see how blue this image really is - but kinda of nice
     

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