Let the sun shine in
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|I know Pete said to skip the shadow if it didnt feel right but I already had this one done and after an early morning (as in 2am)call to say a sweet part of our lives had finally passed away, I decided not to mess around with it just now..She loved the old girls so I will leave it as is for her..|
I had to relace the bg first as it was in a crowded spot at the show, then do the frame etc..I dont mind the cars shadow but I think the one on the frame is garbage..Will have to try and take a shot of my frame with some shadows of their own..The car was taken early in the morning..I skipped the data as it was for the frame. And yes I just remembered I hadnt tried to get rid of the yellow car through the window...
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Beautiful car! I wouldn't mind driving one of these. Good lighting and sharp details. Well done, tfs.
Hi Fiona…nice creative presentation…good tones and colors…great light.
- [2014-04-18 13:03]
I love the creative journey you are undertaking.
i can appreciate the limitations of both your computer and software Fiona.
This is a good effort...but, the frame is too big, it overpowers the car.
To achieve a better effect, the car's right hand fender should also protrude outside the frame.
I've done a rough workshop for you to illustrate what I mean.
It should be self explanatory.
PS, note I took the shadow off 5the frame.
Another great presentation with some good pp work, well done.
- [2014-04-19 7:44]
One word of advice Fiona, this effect can get Habit Forming :-)
Another very well done trial, for your 2nd.try your obviously getting the hang of OOB,& with your talent & Pete's tuition, you'll soon be the master. Nice Excalibur too.