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Possum169

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I'm looking for feedback and info on techniques to improve. I did some light color grading and placed a plant to cover existing one.

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Argos

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I think you put this one in the wrong section, i only take a fast look...
The image looks good in general but the countourn on thw windows could be better.

The new plant needs to go, the quality is horrendous and the transition with the flowerpot is worst, if you want to replace the old plant you need to erase the old one.

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retoqueyestilos

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Good job, But in my opinion I think that you need the change the plant , it look like low resolution compared with the other.. the landscape on the building looks too
bright , low the contrast a bit. I send you a sample. You did a good job ;)

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Rich54

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My main criticism is the new plant you added. It's noticeably blurrier than everything else near it, and the perspective is off on the new bowl/planter that it sits in. Also, The planter needs a drop shadow or something to anchor it to the surface it's resting on. It may be best to first erase the branches of the old plant, but keep the existing bowl. Then find some green ferns—in better focus—that you can mask into the existing bowl.

Everything else seems pretty good.
 

asahid

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your image is good overall, and I don't understand why you want to replace the plant, although I think it is suitable, I just fix the details that are lost due to increased light, on the table, and souvenir, also remove the purple color that appears on the plants. and I'm sorry I used a watermark, does this request still have to use a watermark or not, hopefully the admin can confirm it
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Possum169

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I appreciate the feedback and see what you mean. The original plant was obscured by the window pull. Still working on shooting windows with objects in front of them.
 

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