how to keep equilibrium in postprocess?

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  1. crls_santino

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    I have found that if there are two extremes that you cannot decide on, the best solution is a compromise.

    Save. Flatten. Layer. Decrease opacity or change the channel modes. The issue is that you have something you like in both images, but it's not present in other other.
     
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    Don't know what is meant by "equilibrium in postprocess" but I do like the first one, the second color is just wrong. The third is a good idea but a little busy for my taste.
     
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    don't add fake glow to one image and not the next.
     
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    thank you for comments, my biggest problem is how to find a balance between natural look and 'photoshopped', and when i asked people they gave me feedback - some like this style, some another - conclusion is - if i do for client i should ask what style they like and do that.
    i have created few galleries, who wants to help me choose 5 pictures from them to put on website as portfolio? i will sent pm with links, thank you again


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    To me there are three "styles" #1 The client - anything they want, anyway they want.
    #2 Mine - the way I like it. and #3 For Fun- anything that seems interesting at the time.
     
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    woa. cute. that great !
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    Very nice.
     
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