my sunshine

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by kalee, Mar 7, 2007.

  1. kalee

    kalee TPF Noob!

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    we've been getting snow for a couple weeks now.
    we finally had some beautiful weather condusive to playing outside in it this past weekend.

    my favorite model...:lovey:
    gianna.
    on the go, as usual... at least waving as she passes & flashing that beautiful smile.

    Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
    Shutter Speed: 1/640 second
    F Number: F/5.6
    Focal Length: 35 mm
    ISO Speed: 400



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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    She is still as pretty as ever!
    Her eyes! You'll have to surround your house with three layers of barbed wire to fend off her suitors in only a few more years to come!!! :shock:

    And you are the one who created those wonderful cross processing looking photos of Gianna, and I have always waited for you to come back to TPF to ask you once more how you did those.

    Only once did I suddenly create a similar effect when I was just playing with Photoshop, but sort of clicked it away and could afterwards never any more re-create the effect.

    Can you tell me?
     
  3. JimmyJaceyMom

    JimmyJaceyMom TPF Noob!

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    Geez, that girl is gorgeous! Very nice picture!
     
  4. EJBPhoto

    EJBPhoto TPF Noob!

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    Ahhhh shooting in direct sunlight is difficult. The blow outs in the back are a bit distracting, but the picture over all is very nice and one of the better pictures I've seen on this board lately :) My suggestions are careful with over sharpening in post processing, try not to blow out the back ground, and watch your rule of thirds. Pretty shot though! :)
     

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