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By binder1
Do you want critique? Tell us what you are trying to achieve or what sort of advice you are looking for. It's also useful to provide as much EXIF data for the photo (see below).

Tags: A Digitally manipulated



DRicherby 14 269 726 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2012 11:37AM
Welcome to ePhotozine!

As the message says, do you actually want critique? If so, please tell us what you're trying to achieve and what help you want. Please do what the message tells you, instead of copy-pasting it. With no information from you at all, its very hard to offer advice that's likely to be helpful.

I think this one works better than your previous upload because the component photos are better combined with the background and the floating koala is a nicely surreal touch. However, you need to take more care when 'cutting out' the koala that you keep the texture of its fur around the edges. Without that edge texture, it is very obviously super-imposed.

The photo of the girl on the left is very over-exposed, which has caused a large area of her cheek and nose to burn out to pure white and has left the rest of her looking pale and washed out. You've not said what kind of camera you're using to take these pictures (phone? point-and-shoot digicam? compact? DSLR?) so its hard to give specific advice on how to avoid this.

pamelajean Plus
17 1.8k 2281 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2012 7:26PM
I, too, think this is better than the one before, Elvira, and I like your stars and flower.
Do you think there are too many different elements in the image? For me, the image would be fine without the koala and the cat. They may have a personal significance to you, but I feel the image would be stronger without them. Of course, you will be left with a bit of a blank space in the centre, but you could bring the two girls closer together and avoid that. Alternatively, a rainbow or a cloud, or something like that, would look better than a koala sitting in the air.
You are obviously artistic and creative, and it would be helpful to understand what you were thinking when you created this, and if you feel that you achieved your goal, or are looking for advice on improvement.
paulbroad 15 131 1294 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2012 10:16PM
Comments as for other one.


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