A&P Just getting into post processing CC welcome

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  1. xconverge

    xconverge OT Supporter

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    How is the PP? and does the horizon bother you? I am not sure how I want to fix that. Also its just a boring picture but I havent had much time to shoot and figured I could do some post processing. Tear me a new one

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    There's nothing to compare the post image to.
     
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    Post before shot too, so someone can see what you did?
     
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    I don't know. The background is so blurry that I get a headache just by looking at it.
     
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    the bokeh is pretty bad on that lens i guess that could be it?
     
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    I am sorry, don't take it the wrong way.

    You did a pretty good job with the colors. Made it resemble the fall season. But the blurry subject is too balanced with the subject on interest.

    Usually you try to have the subject come a flow from the little blurried background.

    Maybe you had way too much aperture on it.
     
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    the subject is pretty sharp I think... what do you mean it needs to "come a flow from the little blurried background". Yea some of the leaves are blurred and a similar color to his coat but I think him being sharp and in focus makes this negligible.
     

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