Desperate for help.... Editing woes

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Desperate for help.... Editing woes

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um ok...but if you do need help editing you know you can come and ask here Smile

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Oh I found some plug-in that I downloaded and used Smile

So now instead of my crappy attempt seen here:

I have this:

I still think there is something off with it but not sure.. Im on my laptop and the screen is not only uncalibrated but also has some funky waterspot looking stuff where my kiddos messed it up Smile I need to put them on my desktop.

Basically Ive got Aybra in this dress that was my mothers when she was a baby and I want to put them onto a 3 pic wide canvas of some sort... I want them vintagey but am an utter newbie to editing Smile

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I really like the effect you are going for, it just needs some more contrast I think...I'd like to hear what others say too though. Smile

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I have my other attempts on the link below as well as the newer ones... I thought perhaps I needed to lower the opacity on my attempts especially the close-up one. It just seemed like too much texture or maybe the image I was using was too much.. Dunno.

http://lifeasaconvert.blogspot.com

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I like the sepia ones the best for that vintage effect you are going for. I think they need to be a bit brightened though. A little bit more contrast wouldn't hurt either I think. But not way too much that it will take the vintage look away Smile

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Maybe you can post the sooc and some of us can have a play and tell you what we did?