portrait of my daughter.

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  1. gopal

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    this is highkey portrait of my daughter.[​IMG]
     
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    It's far too flat. Not enough depth, not enough contrast. You could sharpen the photo a little bit more and maybe not crop half her ear off too. Hmm..her expression could be worked on as well, right now it looks stuck between a smile and serious face.

    I would always like to see more though.
     
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    i like the crop, but im not sure i would initally see this as high key so much as i would see it as overexposed. i also agree with andrew, in that it is rather flat and could certainly benefit from a bump in contrast and maybe some levels shifting.

    again though....nice comp. :thumbup:
     
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    slightly overexposed in camera, then with few photoshop visits, i came to be successful with this high key shot. tfs.
     
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    i think the degree of success is debatable, but it seems like you're happy with it, so good on ya.
    a bit out of focus as well if the truth be told.
     

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