Discussion in 'People Photography' started by nikon90s, Aug 23, 2007.
I worked on this old shot alittle now that I have Photoshop
What do you think
erm...boobies? Sorry that's the only thing I can think of when looking at that pic.
And her left leg looks weird.
I think that that's the bottom of her boobie. And it grew a foot!
oh dear...I thought this was going to be a picture of a kettle. Not that I'm complaining.
I guess some of you guys don't have legs, but I am only guessing
I like this shot, but I agree with others. She needs to cover up, since you can see like well... everything! :hail:
looks good. shows some creativity.
Awesome Picture, and the edited is something else, and the emotions in the picture is good enough to let all the guys only thinking about the boobies .. eheh
i can just pot small comment, the leg in the bottom you cut it and it's looks you are missing something on the subject
i edited the leg in the bottom
Her right cheek/jaw area seems to be over processed. Did you do some smoothing in this area? I like the composition. The only thing I would've done was to tighten her bikini top a bit. Yes, it's sexy, but a bit distracting from the other wonderful aspects of the photo, especially the hands.
:blushing: You'all make good points but I must be lookin at a different picture than you are. Or maybe my monitor is going on the blitz. I only see a suggestion of breasts. Don't see nipples nor pubies. I so don't see everything.
Actually, I find the shot to be quite tame. I'd even ok it for General Audience.
All kidding aside, the focal length appears to be too short and is not suited for the chosen camera-to-model distance. It causes the model to appear disproportionate. Clone out both legs and feet and you'll have a much improved shot.
I don't object to the overall image being too soft. Historically, a little softness in portraits have always been accepted.
Ok I posted a copy with her legs edited out and put it in my first post so you can see both side by side. Thanks for the feed back!!
Much better!! It really keeps the focus from travelling away from the main impact of the picture.
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