help with the light in a pic?

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  1. Star_Climber

    Star_Climber TPF Noob!

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    it was almost night when i shoot this pic...
    can anyone change it so that it looks better?

    i really like this pic,and now it doesnt look that good...:x
    maybe if it could look more natural...the lighting in it...dunno how to explain exactly...:blushing:

    anyone?:mrgreen::blushing::D

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    Will do this but will take a while, busy at the moment :)
     
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    ok^^
    thank u soooo much!:hug::
     
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    reznap No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Here's what I came up with. It's actually not bad, little underexposed but just barely. You used onboard flash? Not bad for an onboard if so. I desaturated the greens, brightened up some areas, removed noise from the sky.

    EDIT: reupped.. also burned in a highlight on the bench and evened the highlights on her clothes.

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    onboard flash?!:blushing:

    oh,looks goood...thank u!:hug::
     
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    reznap No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    No problem.

    Yeah, was it the on-camera flash? Or was a street lamp used for lighting? Looks like a camera-flash.
     
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    it was the on-camera flash!:)
     
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    Here is an "HDR" version. I used the Dynamic Photo trial version for this.

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    looks interesting!
    thank u!:)
     
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    Wut the hell.
    Love the HDR conversion.

    If you want to edit this correctly, use Viveza 2.
     
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    I tried some different things but didnt really get something that looked good. I hope you're happy with the other posts, if u want ill post what ive made. Your call :)
     

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