Tony Reynes has offered to take some of your images and work his Photoshop magic on them. Post an image to the “Images for Critique” section of our Google+ community and Tony will pick some of his favorites to work on in Photoshop. Choose whatever images you want. It may be your favorite, your least favorite, or one that needs a little help. Along with your post, you may want to add a comment or questions. In the coming weeks, Tony will publish an article showing what he did to the image and why.
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