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(5 years and 1159 days ago)
Nicely done. It's usually better to include a hi res version as well. GL author.
Thank you so much!
First I have to say how good I think this looks! however, I would like to see a High Res before I make a decision on what to vote... a step by step though not entirely necessary would also be a nice addition, for those curious and inspired about your entry.
Secondly the shadows cast on the storage hut and your light source don't match. The source photo is from high right and your light source is placed behind low on the storage hut. A subtle hint of highlighting and shadow on the fawn may also be beneficial.
Thank you so much for his comments and tips!
Author, I like where you are headed with this. The composition shows promise aside from what I see as a disparity with the scale of the deer vs. that hut.
As JamesD has stated, there is a problem with the lighting. If you still have your work saved as a PSD ...in the unflattened mode, try flipping the B/G sky layer horizontally. That may correct the direction of the light enough too make this work.
You can edit this entry by going to the "MY Stuff" menu bar across the top of page, there you will see the drop down menu "my contest entries" that's the place which allows you to make changes or edits. I'll withhold my vote untill later. Good luck.
Thank you so much for your comments and help!
I also noticed the enormity of the fawn, lol. I do love the color scheme.
I like your work on this. Well done. I think the problem with the deer size could be helped by moving him a bit closer forward, which I think shouldn't mean too much editting. The colours and overall feel are very nice. Good luck - I hope you do well with it
i like yours broo!
it's nice but from this view the storehouse wouldn't be illuminated that much rather it would make a silhouette.
Congrats Sandra well done
Good job..& congrats!
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I think the reflection could use a little tweaking..... maybe use the dodge tool on a non destructive layer - (if you don't know what that is it's a 50% grey fill then the layer set to overlay above the intended layer you wish to change) to whiten out the lighter parts of the water in that general area or set the layer that's on to screen or overlay depending on your preference.
There wouldn't be any shadows falling under the lips of the roof either....
Other than that it's a good entry; I like it!?!.... GL
Thank you, I am kinda new to photoshop, so any feedback is good. Thank you
Defo no lip shadow, infact that whole side would be flooded with light. Try dodge on a low setting .
If you moved the light source up it would match the original shadows on the source pic. Try to follow what JamesD said. This is very good for a first entry, so don't be discouraged. GL author.
Congrats on second....
I'd like to see a high res and a basic step by step would also help you receive any informed critique based on your own processes.
However I have a few suggestions:
I would be inclined to extend the streaks of light out of the image (at the moment they look to be cut off)
Drop the reflection of the storage hut down a nudge or two and mask off where the bushes are in the reflection, to me it seems as though the storage hut is to noticeable in the reflection where it is meant to be hidden behind the bushes.... the water line area of the reflection would be darker, judging by your overall lighting.
lastly it could benefit from a foreground element to frame and lead the eye into your scene.....
that's why i must learn more
I think some birds flying out of the top right side of hut would finish it off nicely
u r right!
why i not think about that -__-
Good work with your entry. I think I agree with oziipop that another point of focus would have enhanced your scene. I'm wondering too about the angle / perspective of the reflection but think you've done a very nice job. Good Luck.
thnks so much
Good job on third
(5 years and 1155 days ago)
Too much HDR, but good color.
Tks for comment and giving me a support.
I like the color, and the whole composition.
Hate all that noise!!!
If this was done to hide hard edges it is defo not working. IMO
Its too bad because it has a nice flow...your next entry, will no doubt be much better.
You have a good eye but lack the knowledge of the tools. keep at it and don't give up.
additional images used is my own clicked image of a hill and clouds. (5 years and 1155 days ago)
you need to post your own image in the sbs section....
Good blending... a better sky would top the image off!
thank you... will surely change the sky.
Fits really well into your scene, well done
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