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old style driving

By quiksnap  
this was my bf driving his car i took the photo and edited it in picasa 3 as my computer with ps is in the shop and im using his laptop lol

Tags: Car Drive General Man Cool Driver Driving Jake Landscape and travel Portraits and people

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paulbroad 9 116 1057 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2010 7:02AM
This is a good and unusual profile portrait. The lighting is very well done. Possibly just a tiny bit sharper - possibly not sharpened after size reduction?

Paul

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quiksnap 8 23 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2010 10:04AM
Hey thanks for the feedback, the photo was actually fully in focus when taken and edited to give a softer outline with the eyes as the focal point, as for the colours, when taken the photo was very warm and threw alot of red onto the face, I tried to cool it down but I think over compensated given the limited options on picasa3. If anyone is able to make any alterations to further improve the quality and overall look of it then please do Smile I'd love to see what cud be done in Photoshop with it
banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3513 Canada
21 Oct 2010 2:52PM
A nice shot Lee.

You do have to sharpen after you re size, - Im sure your original is sharper than the one here, - so something to remember.

I have adjusted colour balance in a mod, and sharpened quite a lot; cropped a little from the top, and added a little more space on the left.

Hope this works for you,



Regards


Willie
paulbroad 9 116 1057 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2010 8:06AM
I note your comment. I wouldn't have softened the face intentionally, but the eyes still seem slightly un-sharp too. You must sharpen after resizing, but not too much as a 600 pixel image soon degrades.

Paul

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