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  1. Steel26

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    What do you think?
     
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    looks like the bubblegum wall in post alley. It's underexposed and I think you need a ton more DOF.
     
  3. Steel26

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    wow good guess
     
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    Despite the under-exposure, I actually really like this shot. I agree, it could use a little PS work, but not much. Overall, nice job. :thumbup:
     
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    Yeah, I took a picture of it too a few weeks ago!

    :lol:
     
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    personally I like the dof i think if the entire thing was in focus it would lose something. It could stand to be a little brighter. the only ps work done was to bump up the contrast a bit. I would like to see your shots.
     
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    Sure, below is my solution to the bubblegum wall. My image has a different texture to it, it's not so much as the subject matter, but the actual image itself with the contrast and saturation.

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