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  1. canonrebel

    canonrebel TPF Noob!

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    The image with the ugly frame has been eliminated.

    Here it is without the feeble frame....
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    Theres a little purple hue in the lower right hand corner that keeps taking my interest away from the main focus. The border is a little but busy but just my 2 cents
     
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    I'm not a big fan of fancy borders or cut-outs. The edge of her face is a little obvious. The black backgrounds makes a image a bit oppressive, too. I'd suggest not using direct on-camera flash as the main light source.

    She has a nice smile and I like the over-the-shoulder pose.
     
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    Hey markc, check out this one with the cleaned-up cutout......
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    Ditch all the funky borders and vignettes, convert that first one to b&w, soften it a bit, put a fine black line around the outside of the frame, and you've got a winner. :D :thumbsup:
     
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    Shark, thanX for taking the time to give me advise. I'll get started on black-and-white immediately.

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