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Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Pesky, May 20, 2008.

  1. Pesky

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    Shot in natural light, CC welcome.

    Thanks.

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    Nice pic, but IMO, it lacks shadows.
     
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    Maybe its me, but it looks blurry.

    She is beautiful by the way.
     
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    nice job overall.

    beautiful girl with beautiful eyes.

    a couple of small complaints:
    1.not all of the subject is in focus. the eyes are tack sharp while the rest of the face and body seem a bit out of focus or was this your intention?
    2. i am not real crazy about the pose.


    did you do much post work to this?
     
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    I like the soft look for portraits I like the picture, The face it self in in good focus and makes it stand out. good color, good contrast,
     
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    i think it's a nice capture.

    Shallow depth of field always looks really appealing on portraits IMO.

    I have a feeling you may have caught the focus just on her fringe though, rather than her eyes. When this happens to me i sometimes add a tiny bit of blur the fringe just to bring the attention back to the subjects eyes.

    Otherwise i thinks it's very nice
     
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    There was very little post processing done to this.

    It was shot at 1.8 to intentionally focus on the eyes.
     
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    Thanks to all for looking and for your comments.
     

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