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Couple shot- Need help!

 
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Mar 03, 2012 09:04 |  #1

So I took this shot for my friends yesterday, the weather wasn't great nor the lighting, however, I'm kind of happy with this image, I hope they will be two. However, there are these things that kind of obstruct the image, it must be the long grass behind them (was on the beach) or something, I hadn't noticed it on my camera, however while I was doing PP they came out in the midst of it. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to remove them yet, I'm using LR3 (Spot removal and exposure brush).. I don't have photoshop on hand, nor do I know much about it so I couldn't really do much there.. I would like someone to help me or guide me on how to remove this stuff so the picture can finally be finished! Also some critiquing and hints at what else I can do to improve it would be appreciated.

Thanks!!
Brandon


PS i deleted all the spot removal and brush strokes I did to the obstruction so it can be seen better..
Thanks again


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Mar 03, 2012 09:41 |  #2

Um... I don't see a problem except for maybe just lighten the whole image a bit. You did fine with the grass or whatever. I just see some faint vertical shadows, nothing to detract from the subjects.


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Mar 03, 2012 09:53 |  #3

Okay, in retrospect it doesn't look that bad.. Thanks though! Btw those shadows are the grass I think


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