Editing pictures

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Re: Editing pictures

Postby Splunge » February 3rd, 2018, 8:14 pm

Gerardo wrote:Splunge and NeverCeaseToCrease, can you please help me with my new questions?

I agree with Anna.
The last version is the best version of all and looking fine.
The colors on the tree image are intense, but not yet overdone.
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Re: Editing pictures

Postby NeverCeaseToCrease » February 3rd, 2018, 8:44 pm

The differences between the third and fourth are very subtle, and I think that if I didn't know they were different I would have assumed them to be the same photo. Honestly, I think the quality of a photo comes more from the angle and quality of the model than the quality of the lighting.

As for the tree, the colors don't seem that intense except for the fact that trees and the sky aren't usually red and yellow. Also, the reflection from the box it's in makes the photo a little bit strange.

But in both photos, we can see what the model looks like and that's all that really matters ;)
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Re: Editing pictures

Postby Gerardo » June 18th, 2018, 7:34 pm

I had not said thank you :o. Sorry guys... thank you very much. You were very helpful :).
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