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    Default blending using photoshop

    done using one RAW file, dual processed. The shot is taken indoor with natural light from the window.

    Does the post processing look natural/good or very fake?


    before


    after

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    Default Re: blending using photoshop

    curtain part fake... but den again... who cares?

    oh ya... u should now over expose this pic by +.5 or +1... will look better.
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    Default Re: blending using photoshop

    ya the sky looks too dark, quite unnatural.


    brightened up the sky


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    Default Re: blending using photoshop

    what excatly do you need c&c on? this should be in digital darkroom forum.

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    Default Re: blending using photoshop

    Hi wind30.

    I think you did well with your post processing !

    If I may be critical .... I don't think the lighting is correct (tell me if I am wrong here).

    Maybe the top blinds (or what it is) and the left wall should not be so bright ?

    As in.... what is the light source direction ?

    Does this make sense ?

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