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Discussion in 'Critique Forum Archives' started by Killed, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. Killed

    Killed TPF Noob!

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    wat ya think?
     
  2. KevinR

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    I like the first one better. Where you using a tripod, because they seem a little soft.
    The second one maybe could have used some fill flash or something.
     
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    no tripod...i just added some dreamy effect :)
     
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    With these type of shots, personally, I like to see as much detail as I can. So I guess I'm kind of biased.
     
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    i dont know why alot of people dont like the soft look. i love it. you've done a great job with these!! the second one is my fave. how do you do that so well??
     
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    duplicate layer, add gaussian blur radius around 3 and make it into screen mode

    thanks for your comments
     
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    First one is my favorite. It's very vivid and colorful. It'd be great if there was more light variation in the second one.
     

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