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    Can anyone fix this pic up?
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    Can anyone fix this pic up?
    Took this the other day. Can anyone photoshop all the powerlines and light poles out??



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    Two ticks and I'll get that done for you. Great photo by the way!

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    Hi,

    See attached image. Light poles and power lines removed. Corrected the color too.

    Hope that helps.
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    Lol.
    What a great community!

    I'd try making the background B&W and just leave the flag in colour.
    But I have just been reading about masking layers and stuff..
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    Quote Originally Posted by J_K View Post
    Lol.
    What a great community!

    I'd try making the background B&W and just leave the flag in colour.
    But I have just been reading about masking layers and stuff..
    Not a bad idea that.

    See below for a black and white version - with the flag still in color.
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    i think it looks better in all color... the flag is not vivid enough to stand alone.

    just my 2 pennies
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    Know hat you mean, but the pic is way underexposed to brighten the flag up anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martyp View Post
    Know hat you mean, but the pic is way underexposed to brighten the flag up anymore.
    I wouldn't say that
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    d-boy the flag looks blue lightened up that much... the person can choose whatever they want and see to be the best fit for them.. but i take graphic design in college at the moment and have a lil side business going but all in all it is just my opinion..
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    Quote Originally Posted by macwannabe View Post
    d-boy the flag looks blue lightened up that much... the person can choose whatever they want and see to be the best fit for them.. but i take graphic design in college at the moment and have a lil side business going but all in all it is just my opinion..
    No worries, I'm a graphic designer and always welcome opinion, however, I really didn't put any effort into this.
    The heavy blue tint was already added as a result of martyp's color adjustment.
    I was just working with what I had.
    I wasn't going to go all out, start from scratch and edit this professionally.
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    I just did a real quick color correction in curves and removed the power lines and lamp poles. The photo is only 640x480 too, so not the best for a great result.

    I just wanted to make the sky more blue - hence the heavy blue cast. BTW, I'm a graphics designer too.

    Krgds,

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