Bottoms UP!

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  1. MommyOf4Boys

    MommyOf4Boys TPF Noob!

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    ok, i had to go back and redo this one to make it even more cuuuuute...this is now my FAVORITE of mine LOL
    Gosh I just love baby butts!

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    This is great! Also nice post processing (any tipps, what/how did you do?).
     
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    That's a cracker of a shot mate! (Hahahahaha.. cracker... oh, never mind...)
     
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    Johnboy2978 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Really like this shot. It's a framer for sure. Nicely done!
     
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    Beautiful!
     
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    wow, that looks great. Tobjob :)
     
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    You have got to frame this and put it in your bathroom. Fantastic work!
     
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    hehe..thanks all! This is definately going to be a framer for me!
     
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    What post processing did you use to get that gentle but good glow?
     
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    If I remember correctly, (I do a lot of experimenting) I believe that on this one I started out with an image that was just slightly underexposed. I duplicated the background layer and set the duplicate layer to screen mode. I then reduced the opacity down to about 30 just to bring out some highlights. I then did an adjustment layer of hue/saturation and reduced the saturation just a small amount. Next, I merged the layers and duplicated the background layer again. I did a small amount of gaussian blur and set the mode to screen. I adjusted the opacity down somewhere between 70-80. Lastly, I did unsharp mask at 100/.5/0 .
    I think that is about all I did.
     
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    Thanks MommyOf4Boys for the explanation. Looks like a nice high-key photo to me.
     
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    haha! That's great, i love it!
     

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