This Photoshop was submitted by member David Irvine.
David had an extremely high amount of attention to the detail on this edit, and I pay big respect to that!
Key points to take away from this critique:
- pay close attention to the path of your blur, the curve off to the left of the frame causes the background to appear to be shot in a different focal length than the car.
- Try to get a little more creative with the color grading at the end.
This Photoshop was submitted by member Ryan Hines.
Key take away points for this photo:
- When possible, try to pick a fitting location for the vehicle at hand. In example, this performance street car looks a bit out of place looking into a forested area, this is more of a truck/jeep location.
- As always mentioned, be careful with your masks when making adjustments to the background and car separately, as it can lead to bad ghosting and halos if not perfect.
- When making exposure and curves adjustments try to not use big soft brushes, as it can lead to blurry looking results that confused the image.