One for CC Just my kid

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  1. El2

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    I have one for CC please.

    Here is the setting. I used my speedlight for this shot.
    Exposure: 0.013 sec (1/80) Aperture: f/3.5 Focal Length: 85 mm Exposure: +1.30 ISO Speed: 400 Exposure Bias: 0 EV Flash: On, Fired
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  2. Atlas77

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    Wow, great shot. The watermark is a tad distracting but then again, a lot of them tend to be. Maybe you could only use the words in the watermark and not that border thing? Just a suggestion. The reflection in the eye really does it for me.

    Great shot :thumbup:.
     
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    I really love the detail on this, especially the eyes and eyebrows.

    What lens did you use? Also, what PP, if any, was applied to this?
     
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    Nicely done. Eyes are super sharp.
     
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    Lighting is beautiful, and he is adorable!
     
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    In ACR, I had to increase brightness to I think about +60 and then increase contrast to +36, then recover blown spots at the back.

    Opened it up in CS4, then applied soft lighting layer to about +10%. Lassoed the eyes and applied a screen layer at about 15%, then did a copy layer of the lassoed eyes to adjust Hue/saturation to make the eyes whiter.

    Applied noisewaire, flattened and sharpened for web, using unsharp tool at 75, 3, 2.

    Hope that helps.

    Oops, forgot to mention that I had to clone out the snot that was dripping down his right nostril. :)
     
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    Well done; exposure looks good, and focus is tack sharp. I think I might have liked to see a little more of his forehead in the image, but that's very minor. Good capture; well done!
     
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    a good ad shot....let some ad company see it.
     
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    Beautiful shot!
     

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