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    Hi Jon, I like the overall concept/design, buts still think it's looking all a bit 'Green/Dark' in terms of depth of colour. Did you push the greens? I would also think about doctoring the white area in the BKG, just draws the eye IMHO.

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    Steve I think I was just a little too heavy handed in the saturaion/vibrance - your looks better but the butterfly looks slightly hazy to me, but the seed head a lot better.

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    I was just a little too heavy handed in the saturaion/vibrance
    As per previous, it just looks wrong you need to skip these two sliders.


    your looks better but the butterfly looks slightly hazy to me, but the seed head a lot better.
    Jon are you viewing at 100% actual size in Ps and not in the browser? Its sharp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Kaluski View Post
    As per previous, it just looks wrong you need to skip these two sliders.




    Jon are you viewing at 100% actual size in Ps and not in the browser? Its sharp.
    I misled you Steve, I didn't mean soft/OOF I meant slightly lacking in contrast perhaps

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