Vermilion Cliffs

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  1. flygning

    flygning TPF Noob!

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    Vermilion Cliffs, AZ


    Hello all,

    This is my first photo I've posted here. I took this one almost a year ago on a road trip, through the windshield of my car. I'd like to know what everyone thinks of the composition of the photo itself, and I'd also like some tips as to how I might get rid of the windshield glare (the two light bands along the bottom of the picture). I've tried to use the clone tool in photoshop, but I can never seem to get the road to look quite natural. I appreciate any input you might have!

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    Victoria
     
  2. 250Gimp

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    NIce shot. I like how the road leads you in.

    I'm not sure about the bands, but you could try burning them a bit to darken them in photoshop.

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    Yeah my first thought would be to use the burn tool also. Just play with the settings a bit until it matches the rest of the road.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback! I've never really messed around with the burn tool, so I guess I've learned something new. It still looks at tad splotchy, but that can be fixed with just a bit more patience on my part.
     

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