Little Ollie..

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  1. meg27

    meg27 TPF Noob!

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    Hiya,
    This is my little nephew Oliver, he's love of my life!!

    Any feedback would be great as i'm just starting out!
     
  2. meg27

    meg27 TPF Noob!

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    bump...any feedback at all? :-(
     
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    hey meg, the photo is good in the composition title.
    the 1 thing to bother me is the dark eyes.
    notice the dudes' left eye which is totaly black and you can hardly see the iris.
    maybe use PS to brighten the area a little bit.
     
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    yes i have to agree, photo is good although eyes are oddly dark =(
     
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    yeah i think you are right, i have just looked at it on our PC rather than my mac and his eyes do look rather dark... i shall lighten them a little when i get the chance, my partner is always saying my screen is too light, and now i see the dissadvantages of having a screen that makes everything look fab! Although i shouldn't make accuses! A good workman never blames his tools!!!
     
  6. Alison

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    I agree, very nice composition and a sweet expression, but the lighting is just too harsh and blows out all the details on the cheek. I think you've got the right idea, just try some different angles and lighting!
     

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