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  1. joemc

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    Comments and suggestions welcome. If you have a large screen please view it large!~

    Cheers, joe
     
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    Markw No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I love it! What was your photo equipment?

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    This was taken outdoors in their area. I just desaturated the green B/G

    I used a D700 and a 70-200 vr f/2.8 Nikkor lens and two SB-800's off camera...one with an umbrella...the other almost straight on.
    Cheers, joe
     
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    This is very nice. The eyes are razor sharp, as they should be. Very well done...

    Mac,
     
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    Damn fine shot!

    Great post work too. At full size I can't really see the stump and his full head at the same time, so it's hard to decide if the stump might be better with either:

    a) a more defined brown to match his face hair and eyes (would be great framed in a glossy brown wood with gray/brown matting)
    b) lightened so it didn't distract from the awesome face, (the focus is so good down there you kinda want to keep it, and it does tie in nicely with the lighter hair on top of his head).
    or c) removed compl... naw! :D.

    Is he a she? Looks like 2 rows of teets. A slight distraction, but adds some character... probably not worth cloning out. ;)
     
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    Thanks a lot my friends;)

    Your comments and suggestions are appreciated.
    Joe
     

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