Bless the little children

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  1. Fangman

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    One from last Sunday's shoot of the first Communion.
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    And one of the little ones that captivated everyone
     
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    Wow, I love the shot of the little girl...she has such a shy, sweet smile that even lights up her eyes.

    What's the dark area along the top (and under) part of the brim of the hat? And is it possible to deepen the colours at the top of the hat?
     
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    In a hurry post processing as one of 190 images to get out for the families to view. The dark line is where I quickly brushed over the hat with "colour-burn" or "overlay" mode in history brush to bring out the colour.

    I made the mistake of not altering the iso setting coming out of the church - had to get the group shots with Priest in a hurry before everyone else arrived and he had another service. 800 asa and bright sunlight not ideal! Another thing learnt.
     
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    Another perfect shot. Fangman believe me, today I'am very lucky. Fine shots indeed especially the smiling child. She's sooooo cute.
     

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