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    picture taken with a beat up minolta z10 caught my eye though please any c&c welcome shot in black and white exposure time 1/250sec f 3.4 iso 100
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    34 views and no replies that bad?

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    Honestly not muh there.
    Highlights are to bright and shadows are to dark.
    Try working with a little more even lighting.

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    window lighting tried to get it to form itself evenly and through out but it wouldn't listen

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    It's too soft for me. Try sharpening it a little, and maybe do a re-take without the shadows. I'd love to see a second try on this, it has potential.

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    Thanks I iwll try again waiting for the sun to come back out i took it with my old Minolta want to try it with D60 the next time thanks a lot for reply

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    i think its a bit overprocessed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkHaven View Post
    window lighting tried to get it to form itself evenly and through out but it wouldn't listen
    It wouldn't listen because forming the light is the photographer's job.
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    I like the lighting effect, it works for me

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    I like the original a lot better than the processed one. It seems more natural or something.
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    I think it would have been better if you had used a simple flash fill to make the lightining even. Any how nice composition.
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    Thanks for everyones replies i appreciate them very much gave me a lot of pointers and ideas new to this so any help i can get is great thanks again
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    yeah, original is better to me

    photoshop free

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    I like what you did, but the shadows are too dark on her face for my taste. I love the softness you created with it though. Very angelic. But work on the highs and lows a bit more.
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