Check for Sharpness and Brightness on the portrait session.

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  1. camz

    camz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Hey guys just recalibrated our new monitor. Would appreciate your opinion on the sharpness (if it's getting to grainy) and brightness (see if these are blown out) from your end on this portrait session (link below). Comments are highly appreciated from the one's who have calibrated their monitors for print. Any other comments are also appreciated. Thanks! =)

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    To me they are way to sharp and her face is almost white
     
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    I think they look good but maybe watch out for the overexposing of her face. In one picture, it looks like she has a nice tan and the others look white. Just my opinion.
     
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    that's we thought. It looked good on our new calibrated monitor however viewing in the old monitor, the half body shots look a bit over exposed.

    Thanks for the feedback guys.
     

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