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p.1 #3 · I Tried
Good try, Paul. Takes a bit of patience. Two suggestions about this image.
1. Think it would be better if you would clone out that tiny bit of thistle at the very bottom.
2. Here's a little trick if you have Photoshop:
a. Create a copy of current layer.
b. Hold down Ctrl + Alt key and press the number 2 key. (this will select highlighted areas of image).
c. In the blending options list, choose 'Multiply', rather than 'Normal'.
d. Adjust opacity level of new layer to your taste.
See if you like the results. It will cause the highlighted
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Actually, I just downloaded to play and discovered that Paul saved the photo as aRGB.
Paul, color space is very important. Many people recommend setting your camera for aRGB (Adobe RGB) as it is a larger color space than sRGB which is the standard and what our web browsers assume is the color space of a photo. As you use photoshop, what you want to do is:
/file /save for web
On the right side, there is a check box "Convert to sRGB" and you want to select it.
Look at the dialog box as this will make resizing and saving for web much easier. If you want to work in aRGB then make shore that you are setting the correct color space for printing as well.
Lovely photo, looks great in the correct color space.
PS, I keep my cameras set for sRGB to avoid colors spaces adventures. Some will disagree with this approach, i feel it makes little difference in the end result.
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I Thank you - This is the kind of information that I learn from - I will set things up a new way - Paul