B&W shot for your C&C

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  1. Bellaboo

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    Still very new at this, but I was quite pleased with this shot of my daughter just wondered what you guys thought :D
     

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    Nice photo Bellaboo :)
     
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    I like it. My only advice would be to try and straighten the horizon in the background, and maybe add a little contrast.
     
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    Thanks for the advice, fair comments, didn't even notice the horizon till you mentioned it:D going to tweek it tomorrow then repost it. Many thanks
     
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    Since you'll be playing with it, along with horizon and contrast, see if you can enhance the eyes a bit.
     
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    Hey, cool buttons on that shirt. Flyin V's?

    The exposure looks really good. B&W conversion still has a hint of color in it...looks more like a monochrome image.

    You might want to crop it in a little tighter to get rid of some of the space above her head.

    And you might want to reduce the image to 800X600 or so before you attach the file.
     
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    Lovely photo xxx
     
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    You are so right about the monochrone just realised!! Sorry, but thanks for the advice.
     

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