Going for Soft, Secure & Dreamy

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  1. highbred3d

    highbred3d TPF Noob!

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    Hello everyone... I downloaded rawShooter Essentials after coming across it in a thread here, and was playing around late one night while my sleeping beauty was resting. I snapped some shots in order to play with the program and some actions. :mrgreen:

    I am trying to go for a soft, dreamy, yet secure feeling, the kind of security you would get from a favorite blanket! :wink:

    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

    Out of Camera:

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    Out of Raw Shooter essentials after some WB and lighting tweaks:

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    Out of Photoshop after some hand painting

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  2. elsaspet

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    I like it. To me, #3 is the most "peaceful".
     
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    the photoshop work you've done for the third image is great. I think you've achieved what you were shooting for.
     
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    I think in 3 you've hit the dreamy and soft but the colours are a bit cold for it to feel secure. more orange in the picture (maybe you can do this with a photo filter or otherwise) will make the image warmer and more secure.

    I like the composition alot, maybe abit more space at the top would be nice if possible but it's really good.
     
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    I do personally like the third one the best. I would suggest if you wanted to put more warm colors in there is to put the third image over the first and then put opacity at like 80%. Then maybe tweak some colors in selective colors under neutral. But I personally enjoy the last one the best...
    ~Fiona
     

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