Interview C & C

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  1. Allen459

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    I took a bunch of pictures the other week but a lot of them ended up a little soft. These were the best ones of the bunch so let me know what you liked or what could have been done better. Your advice is very helpful.

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    I wish his face was just a little bit to the left
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    If the two poles weren't so annoying in the third pic would i be getting some sweet sweet love right now?
     
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    The first picture is too cluttered in my opinion.

    Photoshop could fix that.
     
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    interview for what?

    I'm not digging the processing on the last one.
     
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    My coworker (first picture) is doing a short, and this was kind of like the interview part of it...couldn't really think of a better title. As for the processing, what would you reccommend? I was playing around with the saturation and what not, thought it came out alright. But would definitely like to hear better solutions. The original picture was kind of boring...

    As for the poster above you (dont know how to quote twice in one thing), how do you remove those poles without leaving obvious white marks? Or making it so the outline of her head does not have little white marks around it? Thanks guys
     

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