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Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by aammoore, Jun 10, 2007.

  1. aammoore

    aammoore TPF Noob!

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    Hit these hard...I'm new and need to know what's right and wrong here...


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    First one appears to be hopelessly over exposed. 2nd and third ones are very nice in my opinion.
     
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    JimmyJaceyMom TPF Noob!

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    Maybe not hopelessly... try black and white and adding contrast.. It won't look natural but that's the kind of picture that would look cool being unnatural y'know?
     
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    aammoore TPF Noob!

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    That's the exact look I was going for in that pic. (#1) that is. Compliments! :)
     
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    #3 is very cute, but i would have liked to see all of that little hand x
     
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    To know what is right and what is wrong, you first must decide your audience and then figure out why you want to fix them. If they are just family snaps, they are just right. If you accomplished what you wanted in #1, why ask what is wrong?

    They are fine images for a family photo album but I can see no changes that could make them marketable commercially. The last two are fine for any family album, and I agree that the first could have been a more vibrant image with less exposure. I would have been comfortable displaying that on a wall.

    Hope this helps.

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