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Before & After #255

 
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Feb 07, 2010 23:15 as a reply to  @ post 9562027 |  #16

deathcake - I like how you made it brighter, I'm not a fan of the crop & on my screen it seem abit on the yellow side

kolor-pikker - I like the sunshine effect & quite funny the addition of steve irwin.

chrisa - I always love when the Lucis effect is used made her face look amazing, I'm not familiar with the whyeth effect, either one something created the back leg to have a dirty cast. Overall, I really like this edit.

VBengland - Nice clean edit, the chest is a little blown out on my screen, otherwise great job.

fuey - nice edit, on my screen could have used some curves or contrast? the lion just seems abit flat ( face/chest seems odd for some reason ) I really like the crop on this one however.

NigelD - AWE Nigel... c'mon... I LOOOVE your edits... you could have done better w/ your duck, you know you could have ;) The eyes, you did pretty good there, well done :lol:

Bittersweet - very clean edit, well done getting rid of the grass on the shoulder, your edit has nice depth, I like how the lion is highlighted.

macui1 - nice edit, although it looks green on my screen & keep trying, these are a fun way to practice, although next time around share with us what steps you took to get your look ;)

stitchbug - well done, although I would have backed off on the saturation just abit, its just abit too saturated for my tastes.

sandstrom - indeed you made the lion pop, I really like it, a fun border & a phrase below & it could almost be turned into a motivational poster :)

reisset - oooh! This is really fun. Great job. I always enjoy a creative edit.

obnoxiousmom - nice edit, IMO could use just abit more 'pop' in color, otherwise well done

I really like all these edits everyone, I had to keep going through 2-3 of them to figure out which one I was going to pick...

This round goes to...

Daa da da DAA DA DA DAAAA!

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Feb 08, 2010 03:08 |  #17

Well done Tracey - great use of colour depth as Lore says.
Lore - the duck didn't turn out as well as I hped it would - the colour seems out of balance with the lion.

note to self : must try harder........


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Feb 08, 2010 04:30 |  #18

Congrats Bittersweet :)

lore, I did a levels adjustment just on the body to try darken it a bit to bring out a bit of the hidden detail due to the brightness and I did an extra unsharp just on the head to try make that the focal point. That might explain what your seeing..but everything I did was just roughly done without using masks. I saw some nice edits here. hopefully will learn some new techniques and improve on mistakes i'm doing now :) Thanks


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Feb 08, 2010 06:35 |  #19

Well done Bittersweet




  
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Feb 08, 2010 08:00 |  #20

aww thanks :) I will get the next round up as soon as I find a photo :)


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Feb 08, 2010 08:07 |  #21

Congrats bittersweet!


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Feb 08, 2010 08:17 |  #22

New one is up here is the link :)

https://photography-on-the.net …php?p=9565412#p​ost9565412


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Feb 08, 2010 21:00 |  #23

Well done Tracey. I need to revisit this game more often.




  
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