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  1. areuwhatudream

    areuwhatudream TPF Noob!

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    Here's another shot of the pianist in Curacao, interacting with the children... lemme know what you think! I just got the D70 so I've been playing around with it

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    i really like the interaction, except that the face on the rightmost kid is too dark and hard to see
     
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    great interaction is what i thought as well. love the b&w treatment and framing. was this just a simple desat in PS?
     
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    I really like it. Very Norman Rockwell-ish
     
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    I find it a bit blurred and underexposed. Perhaps, it would look better after a bit of USM and levels. I would clone the wires. They provide an unnecessary distraction.
     
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    Would love some "light" on their faces. Curves is your good friend in Photoshop.
     
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    Thanks for the comments! The only thing I did to this picture was use channel mixer to change it to black and white, and then played with the contrast and brightness... I am really new to photoshop since I just switched to digital photography, so I really dont know how to do curves and levels or anything yet... :/
     
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    A little too much space up on the top, I think... I actually like the contrast, but the right-most kid is too dark.
     

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