Mr & Mrs Claus and their Doggy Claus in their new home ! (5 years and 2973 days ago)
your suggestion please !
I suggest giving them shadows and finding a usable source image for the baby...
The sources you are mentioning are only available if you are a member, better is to use the URL like this: http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1121815 , then everybody can see the source
no offence author, but this is very hard on the eyes. Why did you choose to go with this very high contrast image for the people?
Ok thanks ! i'll try to fix it and put another baby pic !
sorry ! could not find any baby claus ! i repleced it with a dog ! is it ok now ?
other than the high contrast, I am distracted by how disproportionate the people are to the room. The dog is a giant compared to the size of the people and the seem pretty small in proportion to the tree and the sofa
i;m only a beginner u know... i've just started photoshop since the last few days...
ok, first of all we know you're a beginner, no offence intended but you are obvoiusly playing around with cutting & pasting, different filters etc. What you need to ask yourself is why am I editing the image this way?... Is it to give it an old school b&w photo effect, something more abstract etc. Unfortunately this has just taken what look to be some decent stock images and made them hard to look at. But continue to play and you'll find what looks good - and dont be afraid to ask people here for advice, there are some talented people here (I'm still a beginner too but I hope this helped )
Thanks RayTedwell ! I'll try to do so ... :P
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