Trying to perfect this effect

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    Trying to perfect this effect

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    Let me know what you all think and what you would change? This is only my second time doing this so be gentle though.


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    I think it looks terrible, the sort of effect you would find in PaintShop Pro 20 years ago
    I and my son are both Autistic, Aspergers, I apologize if I come over as abrupt on the forum, please bear with me, thank you

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    Sorry you don't like it. It isn't a photoshop effect. It's actually done all in camera.

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    Looks no better for that, sorry

    And, that is probably worse , looks like a cheap effect, honest opinion
    I and my son are both Autistic, Aspergers, I apologize if I come over as abrupt on the forum, please bear with me, thank you

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    Trying to perfect this effect

    Hello,

    Could you explain how you did this in camera. Multiple overlayed exposures?

    As regards the resulting picture I feel that
    - the center is much to flashy
    - the persons are isolated from the picture by their sharpness (as if added later on) and are quite small compared to the other elements of the picture (considering, I suppose, that they should get the focus)
    - on the right side you have some flares, which I would remove from the picture, but they may be a result of your process to achieve the picture
    - the plants/bushes left and right are not very harmonic, neither in the shape neither in the tone of the colours. Also the long grasses are a bit disturbing.

    But if the couple liked it, than you succeded your mission.
    Last edited by Jerry_; 09-04-2019 at 03:15 PM.


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