Add a description... (5 years and 1729 days ago)
You might want to soften the edges of the camel to match the sharpness of the surrounding image.
Also when adding shadows make the 'connection' of the two surfaces similar in darkness. i.e. the camel looks a bit like it's floating because the darkness of the shadow you made doesn't match the parts of the camel that are meant to be in contact.
The shadows are about right in strength, you just need to add that much darkness to the camel as well, or lighten it up where it's darker. If you don't understand what I mean (which wouldn't surprise me because sometimes I don't express myself very well send me a PM so I can illustrate.
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(5 years and 1966 days ago)
Lion Splash (5 years and 2048 days ago)
King of Arches. I took both the sunset picture and the arches picture then merged them with the lion! (5 years and 2051 days ago)
Now it's better. Note that because of the light font there shouldn't be light between the animal's front legs, and the shadow can also be darker, take for example the shadow on the background. Just my opinions. GL author
(5 years and 2052 days ago)
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