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    Can you tell which part of the image has been photoshopped, what looks artificial, and/or if anything could be done better?

    Image taken with a 30D/18-55 kit lens without anything else. No polarisers, nothing during a really sunny afternoon.

    Thanks!

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    Some comments :

    a) the horizon for the sea and the reflection on the car does not match.
    b) the reflection of coconut trees on the left front bumper, angles doesn't match the car's angle.
    c) tyre tracks dun match up
    d) sun seems to be gleaning on the car in multple areas. But shadows indicate a noon sun.
    e) car looks superimposed onto the scenery as DOF of car does not match the ground's


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    the sky thru the car window .. doesn't seems to match?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Some comments :

    a) the horizon for the sea and the reflection on the car does not match.
    b) the reflection of coconut trees on the left front bumper, angles doesn't match the car's angle.
    c) tyre tracks dun match up
    d) sun seems to be gleaning on the car in multple areas. But shadows indicate a noon sun.
    e) car looks superimposed onto the scenery as DOF of car does not match the ground's


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    Woah bro..how did u come up with the coconut trees and tyre tracks bit? (there weren't any) lol...

    thanks for the comments!...i'm trying another approach to it this time...hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikolaiski View Post
    Woah bro..how did u come up with the coconut trees and tyre tracks bit? (there weren't any) lol...

    thanks for the comments!...i'm trying another approach to it this time...hehe
    the cococonut trees reflection is below the left headlamp

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    thread is focussed on post processing technique, therefore moved to Digital Darkroom from Critique Corner.

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    I think it's good effort. It's a good shot and DI of the car. But the scenery spoils it somewhat. Could be much more dramatic, especially in such a composition where your car is off-centre. My 2 cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikolaiski View Post
    Woah bro..how did u come up with the coconut trees and tyre tracks bit? (there weren't any) lol...

    thanks for the comments!...i'm trying another approach to it this time...hehe
    Well, mr Harry Potter has mentioned the trees bit for me. As for the tire tracks, there's only one set of tracks on the car's right side, none on the left side. And even on the right side of the car, the tires are not directly on top of the tracks.
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    cannot post carplate.................................... thats what people say

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    where is this place can intro ??

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    The colour of the car too. The car looks superimposed.

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