Silhouette of a Special Dance

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  1. Richard

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    Okay back in August I went to my sister's wedding and I took a few shots. I was thinking of printing a 8x10 of this photo and framing it. Then I could give it to her for a gift. The professional photographer didn't get any silhouette shots so I'm glad I did. My question is do you think this photo is worthy to be printed to 8x10 and put on a wall for display or is this more of a 4x6 photo that gets put in a photo book?

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    Try and get her opinion, if she likes it print it for her.
     
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    Well she said she liked it but I'm not sure how much is because I'm her brother. So I thought I could get some opinions from other people.
     
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    I like it and I am sure she would like it!
     
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    Ok, how about something like this then.

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    Well I thought about cloning the window frames out but I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t be able to make it look natural. I would have loved it if the window was designed that way in the first place, but it amazing how much of a difference it makes on the picture. Plus I can't imagine being able to get into that thing coming from her hair and finish cloning out the window frame, that looks really hard. Thank you for that edit, I can see the possibilities.
     
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    I have sent you a PM.
     

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