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My first P3D v3 Screenshot (Raw Image)

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Just a quick unedited shot out of Lydd, using FTX England.  I just recently purchased Adobe PS and Lightroom, so if any editing gurus want a new student...I'm available. ;)


 


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Well that is a great first shot for V3.0 Chunk.


 


Hope you are as happy with V3 as I am.


 


I won't carry on too much though, I will try and keep a Lydd on it :blink:  :wacko:  :lol:


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One heck of a first shot Chunk , welcome to the 3.0 club . :smile: :smile:


 


Cheers


 


Brad


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I don't use lightroom or Adobe PS but a similar product paintshop pro. My advise would be to spend a little time working out how layers function, then you can duplicate the original background photo make the changes you want to try on the duplicate layers and always have the possibility to go back a step if things don't work out how you wish.


 


Good luck. Have a go at copying these effects using your original image. Watch out it is addictive ^-^


 


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One cool capture!


I like the one's best that look great without editing, concerning graphics. However, adding vignettes or elements that don't change the basic shot to much arealso quite cool!


Greetings,


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Thank you everyone, and thanks for the editing tips, Taph!


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