Lightbox again. C&C Please.

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  1. Chriss

    Chriss TPF Noob!

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    Went back to the ol' lightbox again today. Comments and critique are appreciated.

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  2. PatrickCheung

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    i think they could be a little brighter :O like... to the brink of being blown out. especially the oranges... it'll really bring out the orange and give the photo some contrast
     
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    I'll agree with Patrick. The colours look tired and don't stand out too much.

    I recently went over some of my older photos and changed the colour satuation and was rather happy with the changes.
     
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    So.. something like this?

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    nice shots, however the shadow on the apple in the first one is a bit off, maybe moving it so the box doesn't cast a shadow would be a good idea.
     
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    And then you lose details/definition if you go too far the other way... :(
    Balancing act.
     

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