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    Default How would you finetune this photo?

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    Something is missing in this picture. And I dont quite get it.

    This is pre-photoshopped.. If you were asked to perfect this, how would you do it?

    Firstly, I would get rid of the ugly scratches (it was placed on my GP file.. Haha). But the problem is, I don't know how? My PS skills are quite limited
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    Default Re: How would you finetune this photo?

    I think there is something wrong with your link.. i can't see the picture..

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    hahahha now thats funny

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    Default Re: How would you finetune this photo?

    Quote Originally Posted by simon.edward
    hahahha now thats funny
    Errr ... what's funny? I can't see anything leh

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    x-iii, you should try to relink, can't see the pic

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    Default Re: How would you finetune this photo?

    Quote Originally Posted by x-iii

    Something is missing in this picture. And I dont quite get it.

    This is pre-photoshopped.. If you were asked to perfect this, how would you do it?

    Firstly, I would get rid of the ugly scratches (it was placed on my GP file.. Haha). But the problem is, I don't know how? My PS skills are quite limited
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    Default Re: How would you finetune this photo?

    well, although i like the composition..the subject seems too centralized, if it was offset abit to the side, it would help in the overall balance of the shot. really like the contrast of the red subject on the white background..great work.
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    Default Re: How would you finetune this photo?

    Quote Originally Posted by Patryk
    well, although i like the composition..the subject seems too centralized, if it was offset abit to the side, it would help in the overall balance of the shot. really like the contrast of the red subject on the white background..great work.
    u able to see this photo??

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    Default Here's the picture..

    Okai this is quite embarassing. Sorry about that..
    anyway, here's the picture.


    Well if this still doesn't work on some comps, maybe you can just click here

    would appreciate comments on improving it

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    Default Re: How would you finetune this photo?

    Ok, I try...., I'm still using PS 8

    For clean up the scratches, you can use healing brush, but sometime rubber stamp works better.

    You do burn in tool to darken the left side of the picture, the leaves, it drawing attention now even it is out of focus.

    Hope this help.

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