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Hi guys!
Sorry I posted this in the wrong forum before, so here it goes again.
I need someone to integrate some nice ‘real looking’ nature backdrops for a mobile home rendering.

Have a look here at a small sample pic:


I’m doing the brochure for a client but my attempts to produce a good looking nature backdrop using some nature stock photographs in photoshop look very amateurish.

So I’m looking for someone who knows how to do this properly to get a picture with a real feel to it that doesn’t look like a computer picture. I’m thinking grass and maybe a bush in front and trees in the background, sunshine in the sky etc.

Gimme a shout if your interested!

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