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    Default Streets of Bangkok

    Shot just today in bangkok.. pretty hard to balance out the exposure when dodging and burning the tin can she's holding, the original exposure has the can pretty overexposed, with little detail..wonder if anyone has any alternative post processing tips as i find the can is abit too overpowering in the overall composition.

    Last edited by Patryk; 11th April 2006 at 11:24 PM.
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    Default Re: Streets of Bangkok

    dude, yes, the glowing radioactive tin-can is overpowering which is a curse (overwhelming white bright thing) and a blessing (draws attention to the topic of your photo).

    I'd leave it as it is but there's a halo around her hand... or you could seperately photograph a tin-can with the same hand position as hers, darken the skin-tone & clone that sucker in....

    hope that helps...


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