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Squashed Tomatoes without the Stew

By marshfam19
Thank you for taking the time to look at my image.

The original image is of a stall of Tomatoes at Borough Market in London, it really is a great place to see every kind of food, some of them are not always familiar to us. Once I had looked at the image I thought it was a bit plain so have played with it a bit in Photoshop.

Anyway let me know what you think and thanks again for looking.

Mary

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22 Jun 2013 5:35PM
Colourful Creative twist Smile Smile Smile

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14 Aug 2013 5:48PM
This may be old history, but I looked at your portfolio and this one stood out as being unusual and I wondered whether it had been taken with flash. The brown ones at the bottom look strange and I wondered whether if you cloned them out it would help the picture. Having a space at the bottom where they are might improve the photo still more. Just a thought!

Quote:This may be old history, but I looked at your portfolio and this one stood out as being unusual and I wondered whether it had been taken with flash. The brown ones at the bottom look strange and I wondered whether if you cloned them out it would help the picture. Having a space at the bottom where they are might improve the photo still more. Just a thought!

Quote:This may be old history, but I looked at your portfolio and this one stood out as being unusual and I wondered whether it had been taken with flash. The brown ones at the bottom look strange and I wondered whether if you cloned them out it would help the picture. Having a space at the bottom where they are might improve the photo still more. Just a thought!


This is a good idea, I will have to play with this image to see if I can achieve a better look. Thanks for the suggestion. Keep an eye on my portfolio for the improved image.

Mary

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