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10-23-2007, 11:20 AM   #1
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Contrast and Colour

So i decided while having nothing to do here at work I would mess around a bit with contrast and colour with a picture and see what I could come up with

Let me know what you guys think?

Im not really much of a post processor but i'm trying to learn what things do in PS

C&C much appreciated

The first one is the edited and second is the original

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I like the color on the edited version, but I think the contrast may be too high. You're starting to lose detail in the whites of the car.
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I think this one turned out better
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10-23-2007, 02:07 PM   #4
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I agree this is better than your previous try.
I shot a lot of motorsports pictures this summer at Heartland Park and at local autocrosses. You have captured the excitement with this one.

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I agree with irishinmo, the second try is better.
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just a suggestion galean........if its only the smoke that blows out your photo, try making a selection of it with the lasso tool feather the selection about 10-12 pixels , copy and paste, ( if you paste without deselecting the selection it will paste directly over the selection without your having to move it around )use the selective color, choosing the white color, and move the slider to the right til your happy with the reduction in contrast, if you've lost some blue due to boosting the contrast, you can try adjusting the blue and cyan sliders while still in " white " it should add some bluish hue back into the white.......good luck, nice work
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