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Paul

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Nice one, maybe a small reflection of the bridge in the water and make the tower at the back slightly darker to give depth.
 

Eggy

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@Paul
Thanks for the advice. I should have know it, the further away, un object is darker or a bit unfocused. I reduced the brightness of the second tower too.
I'm no so happy with the reflection of the bridge but still working on it.
Seatowers.jpg
 
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MrToM

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Just to add to Pauls suggestion....objects at distances like this also become less saturated the further away they are.....its to do with all the shi.....dust, in the air.

It should be really easy to just knock down the saturation.....it doesn't need much but a little should firmly plant it 'way over there'...ya know?

Maybe having the foreground slightly out of focus would help too.....I dunno for sure....its a maybe.

Excellent work regardless......lets hope the sun keeps shining a little longer eh?

Regards.
MrToM.
 

Eggy

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@MrToM
Thanks for the tips.
This project will have to wait untill tomorrow, the misses is back from fridays shopping and she's already bossing me arround.
She's like a police siren, 'do this, do that... (x5).
For tomorrow the weather woman/man/undefined, predicts temperatures between 36 and 40° C (in my region on sandy soil), so I won't step one foot outside the house and that means more photoshop time.

Never thought I would miss this:

Seatowers in rain.jpg

:eek:
 
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