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  1. Arch

    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    my niece.. i gave this one a different but more time consuming process... it wasn't a brilliant shot to begin with tbh but i was bored :p

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    Yayyy, as soon as I saw the title I was hoping it was a pic of "S". Look how big she is now! (in the last pic you posted she was just a baby). Nice to see she doesn't shy away from the camera. And what beautiful eyes she has. Thanks for sharing
     
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    the post is good but makes her face look a bit dirty and normally with children you want to make their skin look very clean. lovin the eyes though
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Did you create a "one-RAW-file-HDR"? Or is it all done in the Channel Mixer (like that one photo of Sabine ... remember that one? Which began to look like an old Technicolor Film still?)?
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    thanks guys.

    yup thats the slight draganized process i gave it.. i knew it would give her face the 'mucky' look but in this case its intended. cheers for commenting ;)

    its a combo of several techniques corinna...its tone mapped, with high pass and draganized... all blended and made more subtle, but you could probably get a similar effect with a kind of HDRI.
     

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