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    Default Crossing Jungle to Destination (City)

    Brothers! We need to cross this jungle and the enemy's fortress to reach the city!

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    haha...they are probably thinking the same thing. hmmz..maybe u can consider cropping away some of the sky? or increase the amount of 'jungle' in the photo? might bring ur msg across more effectively

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    Default Re: Crossing Jungle to Destination (City)

    sky could have more contrast, using curves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XiaoMiaoWang View Post
    sky could have more contrast, using curves.
    Hi XiaoMiaoWang,

    Thanks for your Comments. Can elaborate a little?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunas View Post
    Hi XiaoMiaoWang,

    Thanks for your Comments. Can elaborate a little?
    S-curves (New adjustment layer); then use the linear gradient tool to apply to the curves layer to the sky. Make sure the gradient is black to white (effect to transparent)

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    Quote Originally Posted by XiaoMiaoWang View Post
    S-curves (New adjustment layer); then use the linear gradient tool to apply to the curves layer to the sky. Make sure the gradient is black to white (effect to transparent)
    So I will make the clouds more prominent and the sky with more saturation of blue?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunas View Post
    So I will make the clouds more prominent and the sky with more saturation of blue?
    No no. By any means, using an S-curve just increases the tonal contrasts of the white clouds to make it stand out. Here's an example:



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