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NatalieKinnear 12 280 8
8 Sep 2008 11:29AM
Love the black and white stripes against the green background. I think I would have gone for a tighter crop on this image, maybe lose the darker area at the top of the photo, and some of the grass at the bottom and right hand side.
Natalie

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irweazel 13 167 England
8 Sep 2008 11:41AM
added a crop if you want to have another look, thanks for the comments and suggestion Smile
NatalieKinnear 12 280 8
8 Sep 2008 11:45AM
I prefer v2 with the tighter crop, but I think I would probably crop still more off the right hand side, top and bottom, to make the image all about the zebra, contrasted against the lovely green. The rule of thirds would come into play, with the eye being on the bottom right intersection. Not sure if I've explained that very well. Smile
irweazel 13 167 England
8 Sep 2008 12:04PM
think i got you, what do you think of version 3, although i do like a bit more grass at the bottom
NatalieKinnear 12 280 8
8 Sep 2008 12:43PM
Are you able to put it up with the 'upload a modification' option on it, and I could show you how I imagined the crop might be? I think v3 is too tight now on the right hand side. However these are just my humble thoughts, someone else might have totally different ideas about it.
Natalie
irweazel 13 167 England
8 Sep 2008 12:57PM
can't do it at the moment, asked tech sup guys to see if they can do it for me with some database tomfoolery

would like to see if, if not upload my orig yourself and make it a mod challenge or something like that Smile
irweazel 13 167 England
8 Sep 2008 1:26PM
sweet fast work tech support guys upload away
NatalieKinnear 12 280 8
8 Sep 2008 2:14PM
Okay, I've uploaded a mod. Cropped, did a bit of cloning, and used a curves adjustment layer on the zebra (masked out the grass) to brighten the stripes a little.
Natalie
irweazel 13 167 England
8 Sep 2008 2:38PM
that works well, just enough grass and just enough stripes

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