corn maze

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by sweet_a, Dec 10, 2007.

  1. sweet_a

    sweet_a TPF Noob!

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    post in Photoshop... is the post processing too much?

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  2. Dominic

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    I like the post-processing a great deal - it really gives the mood of an ad...like a commercial for some new TV technology. However, if you wanted true to life, it is a bit much.
     
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    I like how the PP affected the corn and the sky, but the girls skin looks a little too weird now - too grey maybe.
     
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    What was that movie with the kids that killed their parents and lived in a cornfield or something? Some Stephen King movie I think. Anyways, anytime I see a child and a cornfield, that's what comes to mind HAHA.

    Now to the shot: I like the post-processing, but...I think the skin tones are sort of strange. Can I see the original?
     
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    What part of VA AJ? I don't see too many Virginians here.
     
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    I defenately like the last one..:thumbup:
     
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    Lynchburg/Roanoke area. I've only seen a few other Virginia users. Too bad. I guess there isn't a Great Virginia Meet-up in TPF's future. :)
     
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    Cmon - for real?

    I like the picture, but it does seem to have a noticeable lack of vibrance in the color.

    The PP work is really good though.
     
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    children of the corn.. i thought that too actually.. some how in an non-satanic way though.. there's corn.. and a child.. lol anyway. i love the corn and sky.. i do agree the skin tone is a tad grey.. she needs a bit more pink in her cheeks!! i think a reshoot should be in order.. the blurr of her hands is just a touch distracting. but her cuteness vitos that little blur! overall i really like this.. it reminds me of a polaroid!
    taking a look at the original, that's a picture i probably wouldn't have looked twice at.. but the re-vamped version is quite eye catching.
     
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    I like it...hey i'm also in the VA area...but i'm closer to DC
     

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