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artlantis

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Hi friends,
Long time no see [smile]

Just a picture i took out from the oven. There is little post pro.
CC are welcome!

wood1a 2017-11-12 13504600000zabcd.jpg

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The trees have no leaves, but the trees in the window already [tongue]

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Yes, spring advances slowly toward the house [smile]
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You make an interesting composition, try using the 2 point perspective, and make a better blending versus the model to the background

 

I liked the reflections and time of the day, the animals, in my opinion, doesn't help, maybe put hem on a faraway point? try using a feather selection on the animals to help for the white edge...

 

just some ideas


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Thanks for the advices, Arqcova. About feather selection i suppose this is a PS feature. Unfortunately i am not familiar with PS. For the moment i use Pixlr online editing, do not know if this option is available with it, surely have to check about [smile]
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Do not use tools like Pixlr! Use Podium Image Editor instead. We've built the tools for this to make your images better.

All of your pasted additions look bad. If you are going to do this, you need a proper tool like Photoshop or Gimp or Affinity Photo.

You could make this look better if you ghosted all these things in so that the image is more abstract. If you want realism, you have to do everything so much better.

Sometimes it's actually better if you don't try too hard to make everything look too realistic [smile]

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Thanks BigStick, probably will try to do some variations to this scene [smile]
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