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lkatelier

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I needed a warm feeling in this room. This was my first attempt at using the transparent setting for the background and playing a bit with the exposure. 

The client owns the space so I used the marketing brochure material for the helicopter image of their view and added a stock Adobe sky using the transparent setting.

I am open to suggestions to improve all aspects.

LK Atelier

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davew

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Gosh, What's wrong with it?  Looks warm to me. Looks great.  What effect were you looking for?
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I'm with Dave here. I don't know what you are trying to achieve, but for me the image looks 'warm'.

You might need to be a bit more descriptive 😉

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lkatelier

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A set of fresh eyes is useful when you are trying something for the first time! Thank you for the confirmation. 😉
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So, I slightly modified the temperature in Podium Image Editor....does this look a bit warmer.
You can fiddle with the temperature and tint slider in podium image editor if you don't want to use PS.

I'm taking a guess here - Park Ave, upper east side 67th street? NY Living Room-warmer.png 

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I think you might have overdone that a bit!
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