lone red

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  1. just_because

    just_because TPF Noob!

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    I'm new at all the photo editing so how would I get this picture to 'pop' more? How would I get the red to stand out more?
    Here's the original:
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    And here is my edit:
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    Please give feedback, thanks!
     
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    with your edit you made it stand out more for sure. could you do it without the black corners? i would do some curve adjustment or increase brightness and a bit more color saturation.
     
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    How about this?

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    how do you like it? the cropping helped. are you working from a raw file?
     
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    Yeah i do. yeah, i just took the file from my first edit and cropped it. The only photo editing software that i have is "KodakEasy Share Software" :meh:
     
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    i haven't used that software, i am sure it covers the basics. it looked to me also that your last edit had less res. so edit from the original.
     
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    Yeah it just covers the basics. Alright will do, thanks :)
     

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