Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by diGIgirl, Mar 23, 2006.
I like this picture but I cant decide if she looks to sad? what do u think?!?
I like it
Without the gentleman and the flowers, I think she might look sad. But as a whole, I think she looks at ease. Very content and relaxed. The tones work well.
I can see why you might think she looks sad but I think you just happened to catch her in a reflective moment...I would tend to think of it as more of a contented look considering the circumstances....lets give it the benefit of the doubt....she just got married so she must be happy try not to read between the lines...just my advice; take it or leave it.
either way it's a lovely image.
hehehe...just a double take but .....she kind of resembles you
maybe that's what makes the photo appealing? a bit like the mona lisa, is she happy or sad
How did you make her eyes white like that?
I've been trying to find an easy process to take out the red in the "white" area of peoples eyes.
i think she's a little tired that's all
I agree with JonK, she looks content. You never know she might have taken something to calm her nerves down alittle, I did when I got married, looooong time ago. I really enjoy viewing this photograph, it really has a soft and innocent feel to it, and you captured her beautiful eyes just perfect. Nicely photographed girl !
haha..never thought that she looked like me before! haha funny.
Thanks for the comments guys! I agree. I think she looks relaxed..maybe a bit worn from the day and the stress. Really I guess its a true reflextion of a bride on her "big day"!
bace I actually didn't do anything to her eyes. I guess she just has naturally clear eyes! I do find it a challenge still to whiten a persons eyes. I usually just go in there and in a very low opasity try to clone some of the redness out.
*shakes fist in the air*
Damn her clear eyes!!
P.S. She looks familiar. She go to White Folks?
sometimes desaturate can work well. mostly on black and white
I like this shot, im unsure about the sad eyes. But i was watching a DVD the other night "Masterclass Photography" and it was telling you all about the poistioning of the head determines the emotion. Its a great shot though, have you shown the couple? what was their impressions?
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