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Mar 18, 2009 02:26 |  #1

i took these for a client, let me knwo what you think, please. i cant tell if the color is off?


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Mar 18, 2009 02:34 |  #2

To be honest, the WB is way, way off on both (verrrrry orange) and if the edited version is on the right, I'd stick with the original.

Despite the funky WB, it's much more natural looking.


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Mar 18, 2009 02:41 |  #3

Yeah I would say it is way too yellow and it looks kinda soft I did a quick edit just to see what do you think.


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Mar 18, 2009 03:49 |  #4

FlyingPhotog wrote in post #7546426 (external link)
To be honest, the WB is way, way off on both (verrrrry orange) and if the edited version is on the right, I'd stick with the original.

Despite the funky WB, it's much more natural looking.

+1 Agreed


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