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Old 08-20-2012, 09:29
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Default is this too heaveliy edited?

I like the way it looks but is it too "out there" for etsy? I do not have any idea what I'm doing when it comes to editing pics.
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Default Re: is this too heaveliy edited?

I love the way it looks!
I would probably be a bit disappointed if I had bought it, and it wasn't as vibrant as the picture showed. I'm not very good at editing pictures, so I guess I'm not much of a help.
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I think it looks great! I am guessing the colors are more vibrant, but just don't show in the first unedited photo.
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Old 08-20-2012, 11:25
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Thank you!
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Default Re: is this too heaveliy edited?

I think it looks beautiful...both the picture and the bow!!
It's better that they look vibrant than gloomy in the picture, I think
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I agree, it should be edited and brightened (assuming it doesn't change the look significantly, so that the customer would be disappointed). It might be just a hair over-edited, but not too much. : )
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I like the way it is still clear and makes the colors pop! I don't know know about all of you, but when I take pics of my products, the pics never give the true brightness of the item in person.
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Whenever I edit I have the bow sitting right in front of me. I get it as close to the actual color as possible. I don't mind shopping and seeing edited pictures as long as it does not change the integrity of the item and the colors. With that said. All computer screens are different. I bet if we pulled that pic up on an iPhone, iPad, lap top and desk top (different brands even) that bow will look different on each one. Look at the TVs in target and Walmart. Same thing. You do the best you can to make it match what you're looking at. It's the best you can do. I think it looks great!
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Default Re: is this too heaveliy edited?

Here's what I did to your picture I made the color pop a little bit. Hope you don;t mind
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Whenever I edit I have the bow sitting right in front of me. I get it as close to the actual color as possible. I don't mind shopping and seeing edited pictures as long as it does not change the integrity of the item and the colors. With that said. All computer screens are different. I bet if we pulled that pic up on an iPhone, iPad, lap top and desk top (different brands even) that bow will look different on each one. Look at the TVs in target and Walmart. Same thing. You do the best you can to make it match what you're looking at. It's the best you can do. I think it looks great!
yeah look great. it is better to have a theme i mean the color should clear in primary n secondary
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