Fireplace

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  1. vandecarr

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    Is that a real child? Looks like a doll.

    I really like this shot, but I think its lacking in contrast. The grey tone of the bricks and fireplace and even the childs outfit all blend together a little too much. What caused the flare in the top right corner?
    Is this your only shot of this?
     
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    Little things like contrast might need work, but important things are there. The pose is very nice, she is a natural (I mean photogenic).
     
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    Thanks, it is a real kid. I tryed to make it look like it can possibly be an older photo so if you were to try to put a year on it it would be difficult to pin point.

    The bricks of the fireplace blend in because they are reddish and her clothes are also red so I kept most of the contrast in the hat and face and thats pretty much it.

    The flare was put their on purpose for a couple of reasons. to make it look dreamy and a bit fake to add to the difficulty of dating it. The one pice outfit was also choosen for that reason.

    WOW! I think I may have put too much thought into this. I guess if its liked it was worth it.
     
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    I like this photo but I agree with them, it lacks contrast. You should have adjusted the color of the bricks too, you know make it a bit more darker so that it wouldnt blend with the child's outfit. But the scene is great, it makes a perfect christmas card :)
     
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    The picture is great but that glare on the top right corner just keeps throwing me off, but overall im absolutely in love with this picture.
     
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    the kid is glowing. nice work.
     

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