PEOPLE, BALLOONS, MEN IN KILTS.....now you must look..LOL!!!

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  1. oldnavy170

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    Here are a few shots from a Parade near my house today.

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    I really like the eyes of the child in #2. I also like #9, good blur showing the motion of the sticks.
     
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    Nice shots. This is the second time I've seen a pic of that young girl in #2. Are you saturating her eyes or are they naturally that amazing color?
     
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    Those are her eyes with 5% added saturation. I do sharpen them too. When she is outdoors her eyes are brighter (or when she cries they look turquoise) then when she is indoors.
     
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    Here is a photo of her without any edits to her eyes except for sharpening.

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    She is on her way to being a heart breaker with those eyes. Lovely girl, nice shots.
     
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    the Eyes have it !!!
     
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    I like #2 and #7. Something about the different colors against the blue sky and the way you cropped it just works for me. I wonder what some selective coloring would look like.
    How do you sharpen eyes in photoshop? Any article or anything you could point me to?
     
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    That girl has breathtaking eyes. Wow.
     
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    What a fun series!!! Great colours in #1, killer eyes in #2, such a slice of Americana in #5, and LOVE the compo/crop in #7. Looks like a fun day.
     
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    Blimey, the ozone layer really is busted...1, 6, 7

    2, tacky make-up ?

    3, nice tidy candid, but the signs a bit ott

    4, bit dark and ordinary

    5, they really had blue socks ?

    8, faster shutter, you probably dont need me to say that.

    9, I like the perspective in this one, I think the exposure is ok, just detail lost in adjusted contrast, you need contrast in B/W though.

    afterthought portrait, knocks the whole set into a cocked hat.

    This is a strange set from unholy extremes of saturation to B/W, the afterthought portrait proves you dont need all that nonesense, and niether doe's she.
     
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    If you didn't notice the date on this post it was done back in July when I only had my kit lens.

    In #2 she had no make-up on so how can that be tacky make-up if she is not even wearing any?

    In #3 the sign is a balloon that the parade handed out to the kids.

    In #4 I agree that its a bit dark but ordinary? well only if your at a parade I suppose.

    In #5 I didn't notice that their socks looked blue but thats just poor processing on my part!

    #8 was done with a slow lens. At the time this photo was taken it was with my kit lens.

    #9 Its what I liked about this shot at the time. I feel not "every" shot needs to be done in high contrast.
     

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