Impropmtu portrait

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  1. saulmr

    saulmr TPF Noob!

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    It's difficult t get photos of my wife, she's camera shy and doesn't like it... Forbid that she poses for the camera! I have to catch her off guard most of the times... Here's one where I just grabbed the camera and clicked.

    Comments and critique welcome!
     
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    Very nice!
    What post processing did you do to this, and how did you do it?
     
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    Excellent camera work. Gazing is always flattering!.
     
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    The shot was taken with ASA 200 film.

    I scanned the print, applied a median filter layer to give more glow to the skin, then I applied a channel mixer layer with the velvia simulation to increase the saturation.
     
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    I like this, very intriguing look on her face. Would have been harder to acheive in a posed shot.
     

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