A&P editing an old picture

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clouds or no clouds?

  1. Without clouds

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  2. With clouds

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  1. Gerbonium

    Gerbonium OT Supporter

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    Cant decide on what to do with the sky. leave it plain as shot or add some clouds.

    plain:
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    edited sky:
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    I think you need to blur the sky a little to match the trees.
     
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    plus the sky doesnt really go with the sunset kind of light that is coming from behind the car...
     
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    awesome car, shitty location
     
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    in all fairness, neither does the old sky...


    I say you edit it, but not with the shitty simpsons clouds one that you used in the pic.
     
  7. Gerbonium

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    that yellow light is coming from a street light edited out. unfortunately it does make it look like the suns setting (which it was but in the other direction).

    do you think making the sky more orange to make it look like a sunset would work? I do have some pictures where the sun is shining through clouds i could try.
    im not really planning on doing much with this picture but just trying to kinda learn/mess around.
     
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    what about something like this:

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    i made the yellow light under the car white
     
  9. tun

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    the light behind the car just looks weird because the colors in that pic are all faded. how does it look with more saturation?
     
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    i say clip out the whole car, nuke the trees, extend the pavement back, and just make it freakin epic. Looks like a good candidate.

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    ill play around with it tomorrow. maybe with some other pics too
     

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