A&P Combined Imagery help

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  1. Lou

    Lou New Member

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    I'm currently doing a project for college, the topic is combined imagery. As you can see I've taken a picture of a chest and then I wanted to put a spider onto the chest.. problem is, my photoshop skills are maxed out and I'm still not happy with the end result.. The lighting seems wrong and I'd like to make it as real as possible.. any hints or tips on how I could improve it would be appreciated greatly.

    The lighting seems wrong on the spider but Im not sure how I can go about that in photoshop.. I tried messing around with the dodge/burn tools and also the curves and brightness/contrast yet to no avail.

    Any general comments would be useful also

    Thanks in advance :hsd:

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  2. The_Eagle_Has_Landed

    The_Eagle_Has_Landed New Member

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    what the gay batman, how about using a chicks chest
     
  3. Lou

    Lou New Member

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    :ugh: Number one, it's for a project. Number two, I'm a girl. And lastly but not least, get out of my thread if you're not going to say anything constructive.
     
  4. 02ACRViper

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    go take a picture of a guy's chest that would have lighting similar to the spider :dunno:
     
  5. Jcolman

    Jcolman OT Supporter

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    What's missing is the spiders shadows falling on the chest. That's why it doesn't look real.
     

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