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Need help/suggestions on photo edits


fwallenberg
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I've been trying to "fix" a picture I took last fall. If you open up the .aphoto file you can play with it yourself. My basic problem is that the sky and the moon came out too light and undersaturated in the original photo and now I'd like suggestions for how to fix that. I'm embedding a (down sampled) jpg of my work to date below:

 

Catching%20The%20Moon.jpg

Fine Art Prints by Marty Garland

 

www.artprints.ie

 

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Use selection brush in "add" mode to select sky, moon and boy, change to "subtract" mode to de-select boy, hit cmd + j to copy selection to a new layer, change the blend mode to multiply or colour burn (about 75%) , flatten image and you're done ( i did a version, but for some reason i can't upload the 

Fine Art Prints by Marty Garland

 

www.artprints.ie

 

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