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ZaboAA

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Took this shot in a small town near Amsterdam. First is with natural sky, second is PS sunset. Let me know what you all think,

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The natural sky is amuch warmer light. The picture needs to alignthe horizon,so.

The photoshopped/second picture has a more dramatic sky. The « bright »/ burned bit on the left could be slightly filled.
It all depends on what mood you like to translate with your processing.

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Yep, Jerry's right, the first needs keystoning!

Good illustration mood! :P



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Thanks for the input, REALLY appreciate it. Here is an attempt. I suck any perspective corrections....

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