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  1. Pleasetakeitkind

    Pleasetakeitkind TPF Noob!

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    A little more pp than i usually do, but felt it necessary. Any thoughts?

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    i love it
     
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    i would love it if it was a little more off centered
     
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    i like centered shots, for some reason
     
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    cool shot, just looks a tad overprocessed for my liking
     
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    Might as well go all the way and add sparks all over :mrgreen:

    Interesting shot, looks intense. Maybe could use a little vignetting or some kind of framing to really emphasize the subject.
     
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    This didn't really take me that long to do, and i did add a little bit of vignetting by selecting the inverse of the middle of the frame and then adjusting the levels of everything else. Then i adjusted the curves a little bit, made a layer of just black and set it as a hue at opacity of 40%. Converted everything to lab color, and added an unsharp mask to the lightness chanel. Then i just converted to jpeg and i was done.
     

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