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This is a discussion on December shot within the Post -processing forums, part of the Photo assignments category; Anyone want to volunteer their shot for December's post processing assignment? thx Marko...

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    Anyone want to volunteer their shot for December's post processing assignment?

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    Remind me what this is exactly again please?

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    We all try to 'fix' a particular member's image and we say how we do it.

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    Feel free to use mine

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    I've tried to make some quick edits but the pic is a bit small filesize-wise so there's lots of artifacts.
    Any chance you can upload something closer to 140k? I'd be happy to help if you need it.

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    Default If your so inclined...

    Well if no one else has any to fix, heaven knows I have a whole computer full of them
    Well the obvious is that this picture needs some work...if you would like, process away

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    This is already a very good shot!
    BUT THERE ARE TONS AND TONS of possibilities here.

    her's just 1 possibility - took me about 5 min. I cropped - played with levels - dodged and burned a touch - sharpened a touch.
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    For this one, I created an HDR image and tone-mapped the image. I was trying to cool it off and give it the feeling of an impending storm. I liked the previous crop so I went with that. I just created the HDR using three images that were altered by 2 steps in brightness only.
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    Wow both of those are really good!

    I like how the second one makes it look like its about to storm, the black border really makes it pop.

    The first edited one I like, because it was most true to life and the colors are right on.

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    Ok. Lots of color changes, sharpening and hand smoothing. Purposely looks waxy and digital. I wanted to remove the hair texture at the top of the forehead but it looked really weird like that.
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