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A naked lady

Discussion in 'Landscape Photography Forum' started by Evertking, Dec 8, 2018.

  1. Evertking

    Evertking Well-Known Member

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    IMG_9891.jpg v IMG_9870.jpg byLol...
    Well, you been had. It's just a shot of a road here in flat, rural and boring Ol' Arkansas.
     
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  2. Robbie S

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    Alternative facts?
     
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    Nice skies in both images. I could do without the yellow road sign in the first. I'd also back off of the processing in the 2nd, you've got some strong halos around the combine.
     
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    Ogofmole Always on Moderator

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    I like the low viewpoint in the second image.
     
  5. Laurel Rogers

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    David, I am a beginner, I was wondering what you meant by “halos”? Thanks
     
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    another case of ' fake nudes' :)
     
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  7. Evertking

    Evertking Well-Known Member

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    I'm in the same beginner boat but might be able to help.
    The halo he is referring to is the bright "outline" around the combine where I exposure blended and was lazy and didn't fix them. I just watched a YouTube video where you take the clone stamp with a overlay blend mode and clean it right up.
     
  8. Isac

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    Another mode which works great is the DARKEN mode. Use the clone stamp, sample from the sky near the edge and a soft brush at about 80%. Darken mode only covers the lighter edges - like so...
    Evertking-E.jpg
     
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    That's worked well, though still has a "punched out" feel. I will use the blur tool at low percentage - 40-50 - and small brush size, then go over the edges to soften them just a touch after the darken clone.
     
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    Cheers Pete. Thanks for the tip! Always nice to get good ideas from the gurus :)
     
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