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    Time for Reflection

    here's another from my little walk today, C+C welcome as usual


    Time for Reflection

    Ooops...incomplete PP, rotated the image slightly which for some reason has left the little white edges???

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    Re: Time for Reflection

    Quote Originally Posted by JemC View Post
    Ooops...incomplete PP, rotated the image slightly which for some reason has left the little white edges???
    Stand in the naughty corner and repeat 100 times, "I shall always check my pp work before final posting"

    James - A lovely tranquil, rich image. I wondered about running along the bank with a dodging brush just to lift a bit and reveal slightly more detail? It maybe feels a bit dark?

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    Re: Time for Reflection

    Hi James

    Very nice shot of a lovely scene.

    With a lot of pp software, when you rotate an image like you have the canvas does not change. So you always have to do a small crop to get rid of the white bits at the edges. Some software will do the crop automatically for you.

    Cheers Dave
    Last edited by dje; 25th October 2011 at 09:23 PM.

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    Re: Time for Reflection

    Donald..
    repeated 100 times
    also ran along the bank with dodge tool (first time used) it does improve when viewed on my screen not sure what it will look like on here? i suppose there is a learning curve with it and knowing how far to go..

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    Re: Time for Reflection

    Oh yes! Well, at least I think so.

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    Re: Time for Reflection

    Well done James! You are learning fast and the more we shoot, the faster we learn.

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