|19th of April 2006 (Wed)||#1|
I feel thoroughly satisfied
Join Date: Jun 2005
Flowers on fence
This one had all the colour in the flowers and almost none in the background, took a very light run around with the sponge tool to take it out that little bit further and isolate the flowers...
I considered changing the colour of the flowers (perhaps to red or blue) just to see how it looks but I can't really be bothered right now as I'm about to go to bed. Any feedback welcome!
|19th of April 2006 (Wed)||#3|
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Alexandria, KY
Re: Flowers on fence
Try darkening the light area at the top left. Also, desaturate the flowers a little bit. I think they look a littel too bright with the rest of the image. Just my opinion.
I don't have anything against Nikon cameras, just the people who use them.
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