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Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by ScoobyRoo20, Mar 2, 2006.

  1. ScoobyRoo20

    ScoobyRoo20 TPF Noob!

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    these are too dark?
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    actually I think they are too light...no depth to the shadows... or much seperation between shadows and midtones.. Levels in PS will fix that!
     
  3. Christie Photo

    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    They seem fine to me. The second needs a boost in contrast.

    Cute kid.

    Pete
     
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    i agree.
     
  5. ScoobyRoo20

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    Thank's ya'll. I was really worried about #3. I need to find a new photo host. Shutterfly likes to crop my pictures and this is the first time that I've had a brightnes problem. Skyler isn't as "bright" in my original. I don't know why it did that.
     
  6. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    i agree with christie_photo...cute shots
     
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    I really like the composition in #2. It'll be your best one if the levels are fixed as previously suggested!
     
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    Love your pov in #2. Great shots ! Not to dark for me.
     
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    Another vote for no.2. It can be saved with a few minor adjustments.
     
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    Cute shots. I think you captured his personality in them. There are a couple of things that don't work for me (asside from the contrast mentioned). The wide-angle distortion in #2 and the obvious on-camera flash in #3. These are both things that are common in "snapshots" and tend to detract from images for me. There's a place for wide angle lenses, but I think it's best to have a specific intent to use them for portraits.
     

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