Really well done!! Your numbers are bang on. In fact it's better than mine in that there seems to be more shadow detail. To Gary's point, Wayne second try is better. The important thing though is knowing how to properly remove colorcast then changing to suit your personal preference or resolve other picture issues. Again, Karen, great job!
Thanks Dave & Gary.
Dave, my numbers were right on before i used the hue/saturation on one of the final steps to brighten up the sweather and background flowers. This changed the numbers somewhat, but as Gary pointed out this was more of the look i wanted, (just noticed that you also said to tweak it afterwards in your last thread). Is this a time to stop or continue with the photo, never know when to say enough.
Thanks again Dave and Gary, and Karen, your last photo looks very good to me.
W. Rose (Wayne) I see there is another Wayne here.
Thanks for all the help I think I finally get the curves thing.
I'm off to fix the damage now....
BTW Wayne, I do like the picture a little warmer also ... the wallpaper looks very cold.
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