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mhfore 9 6 176 England
23 Jun 2012 11:35AM
Hi Billy,

A nice angle again on the shot but I think it's a little to tight on the left with the bumper nearly touching the frame and maybe a touch to dark, but hey it's still a nice shot.

Billy make a copy and then select "overlay" from your blend modes to bring out that deep sheen on the paintwork then make anther copy and this time select "Screen" and reduce the opacity to around 50%. This will enable you to keep the deep sheen and also lighten the image a little.

Take care

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Irishkate Plus
6 38 100 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2012 8:36PM
Big car to get comfortably in the frame Billy.
You've done very well and the above advice sounds great for
making the car really stand.
I've made notes for future occasion myself.
banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3528 Canada
24 Jun 2012 2:44AM
This is your forte Billy. You got in tight, - and I think it was to ensure something on the left, which would spoil the shot was excluded?



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