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― Artistic Expression CritiqueJulia Cameron Photographs the Dam Birds

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Re: Julia Cameron Photographs the Dam Birds

Post by minniev » Thu Apr 04, 2019 12:48 am

PietFrancke wrote:
Wed Apr 03, 2019 1:58 am
yeah, she looks much better. Break up/ripple the reflection - like the reflection of the stones camera left of her. The ends of her shoulder/wings are a little to the front of her, perhaps fade them out a little more, and if the ends of them are close to or touching the water, change/warp the reflection to have the wing reflections begin there at that touch point. And perhaps strengthen the reflection of the wings a little. Warp the reflection a little to ground the reflection onto the water plane.
Thanks for a second look. The reflection is proving hard to manage. I had rippled it up pretty good the first time, and dialed it back, so I undialed it some and fooled with the liquify filter some more, but I haven't accomplished much yet. If I do, I'll repost. Thanks, as always.
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