Is it too much?

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  1. crawdaddio

    crawdaddio TPF Noob!

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    Too much fidgeting? Or does it look nice? Hit me with watever you got:blushing::thumbdown::thumbup::mrgreen:;)
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    hmmm tricky one.... i like the kind of bright velvia apperance... but on some of the red petals its just a little too bright.... it may look less so printed.... but i would be tempted to try a slighly deeper tone just to take a touch of harshness out of it. ;)
     
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    I think its just a bit too much... try toning down the saturation
     
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    Like #1 best.

    Bill
     
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    your adjustment looks a bit harsh, imo, but it looks like you can do something cool with this shot., my PS skills are limited, so I really can't give you much advice.
     
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    Somewhere in the middle of the two.:wink:
     
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    I agree with the rest, I like the "pop" of it but perhaps adjusting the highlights a tad would help.
     
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    Thx everyone. I was going for a 'velvia-esque' oversaturation. I think some of the detail is lost though. I don't see any of the highlight issues though:-( I'll have another go at it.............
     
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    IMO, the first one is too dark.
    I like the brightness of the adjusted shot,
    *sigh* but so far all I can do is PS is simple stuff...
    So I can not offer any advice.
    I am anxious to see what else you can come up with!
     

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