my beautiful daughter

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  1. hart0710

    hart0710 TPF Noob!

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    She was showing off the flower she found in the yard. Let me know what you think.

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    not a big fan od the selective colouring. but the sepia tone works well for her.
     
  3. hart0710

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    thanks for looking.
     
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    This is a nice photo. The colored flower would of been great if the flower was bigger. To be honest I didn't notice it right away. Other then that........great job!
     
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    Thanks. You're right though. Would have been better if it was bigger.
     
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    I like the small amount of color on sepia. And a great looking kid.
     
  7. hart0710

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    thanks mysteryscribe. And I agree with you 100% on that last comment.
     
  8. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    She is beautiful. And you captured her in a beautiful way.
    The little flower is endearing, and it shows that your heart was reached by your leaving it in colour.
    However personally I would have liked a clear black and white photo with the little, inconspicuous flower (I really LIKE that aspect about the flower, much!) in colour more. I feel there is a clash of little-flower-in-colour and overall photo in sepia tones.
     
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    I like the sepia tone. I almost missed the flower and somehow, selective coloring and sepia tone don't really mix for me. But your little girl is cute! I love those big eyes of hers. Now.... I got a little boy....;)
     
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    Very nice photo of a pretty little girl. Unfortunately, the flower is (well) out of focus. And – to me! – the lilac color comes across very artificially. Isn't that a daisy? And if so, is there a special reason you changed its white to lilac?
     
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    Nice photo of a very pretty little girl. I'd have like to have seen it where she was pushed over to the right, or left, third of the frame though.
     
  12. hart0710

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    No W. Smith. That is the actual flower (just a little wild flower) from the yard. I didn't change the color at all.
     

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