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First of Two Collages
I think you did a nice job. The lay-out is good. I only missed a bit of colour intensity (don't know if it is because of how you saved the image to post - jpegs saved to web tend to lose some saturation). You can try and make a curves adjustment layer on top of the image and push the midtones up just a bit. the colours will be more intense.
On the output resolution part, the best thing to do is talk to the printer, ask him what size he recomends you send the image on and, build the image on the propoer resolution. Avoid resampling the image to more than 40% of its size, because after that you start to loose sharpness and channel information, which will make the final output blurry, even if you do some sharpening.
Thanks for the info... Here is the second one
and this is where you could see them both.
I also retouched up the other poster:
Now I have to print 'em... let me know what you think.
Last edited by plove53; 09-02-2005 at 07:19 AM.
i like the one with the woodsy background better. the darker background puts the images forward more.. all that greenish background in the other detracts from the images to me. the green is a light green, which tends to make the background come forward. perhaps just using a hue map and darkening that green would help.
nice composition on both.
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