Road To Redeption (edit)

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  1. kilifila66

    kilifila66 TPF Noob!

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    Hello everyone. I have been messing around a little bit with some of my old photos, doing a little doctoring and this is one I think I did well on. I had some problems with contrast in the original and I did some cloning on the lightpost. I just want to know if it came out better or worse after I messed with it in PS. Are the levels too light/dark, did the clone come out looking ok, does it enhance the picture's overall asthetics? Also if you have any suggestions for me I would love to hear them, go ahead and tear this one up. Also I appologize about the second being a link, photobucket wasn't cooperating with me so please bear with me.

    Drew


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  2. Nikon Fan

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    Love the new edit here :) The removal of the poll really helps a lot, and the high contrast is suiting...I love how it really seperates the light post in the front, and brings out the lovely lines in the shot. IMO the re-edit is very successful :)
     
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    thanks amanda.
     
  4. DramaDork626

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    i didn't see the original, but I would say contrast-wise it's good
     
  5. warped_baller

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    I like the edit better personally contrast wise. My only advice is try to give it that red 23 A filter effect. It makes those white clouds really stick out. So make those clouds whiter. Nothing else just the clouds. It could look pretty cool.
     
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    Great edit! The contrast and deeper blacks make the shot. Good job :thumbup:
     
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    I love the perspective it looks as if everything is pointed in an upward direction
     

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