Color Discrimination

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  1. woodsac

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    Wasn't sure if I should post this here or in the portrait gallery? I chose here, because there are absolutely no lighting techniques or portrait experience involved...because I don't have any :confused: Just me playing around. But, it is still a self-portrait (in it's own way) so move it if you think it's better in the other forum. Thanks for looking (at me) just don't make fun of me :p

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    I like it very much, very well done!
     
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    Thank you! Even if you're the only one, I don't feel like a total idiot :er:
     
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    The only thing that I dont like is the starkness between the colour and the b&w

    Other than that I like it.
     
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    I agree. the concept is awesome, but the edges between the two are razor sharp...needs to be softened a bit if possible.
     
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    I like it a lot. How about one or all of the tats in color, too?
     
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    Thats cool Woodsac. :thumbup:
     
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    i think i like the fact that its such a stark contrast... i love this...would make another killer avitar....

    maybe i should use it..and see if anyone notices!!! ( giggle giggle...)

    i love this, my friend... sweet shot! and the idea is so dang cool!
    we may need to start calling you " pretty boy"
     
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    probably the result from masking, but an awesome shot nonetheless.

    i like it a lot! :thumbup:
     
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    i like it very much! neat shot.. and good job on the pp
     
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    great idea, I do agree that the line between color and BW is a bit too sharp for me. Thats an easy fix though. :thumbup:
     
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    Since the only thing I got called was "pretty boy"...I guess it's ok :lmao:

    I wanted a harsh look. I debated between dark/light and dull/sharp. I finally decided on the two extremes...lighter and sharper around the face. The softer transition around the face looked more natural...it just wasn't as *in your face*? I'll take the advice though, and go back and play around a little.

    Thanks everyone!
     

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