Siren...Feedback on the edit please

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Rachelsne, Jul 28, 2008.

  1. Rachelsne

    Rachelsne TPF Noob!

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    Ok so I managed to get perfect focus on her cute nose, but missed the eyes, I should have gone with a smaller aperture I guess.

    I had ISO set quite high as the light was poor, I dont have an external flash yet or a defuser that I could use on the pop up, so I set the aperture to 1.8 and i now realise it was to large.

    I tried to edit the eyes the best I could, how did I do?

    Oh and she is an 8 year old cat who lives at the shelter I volunteer at

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  2. Ron Evers

    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Rachel, you did a fine critique on your pic but without seeing the original vs the refined I think the more experienced folk (not me) will be hard pressed to answer your question.

    Nice Tabby.
     
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    indeed, it's difficult to see how you improved if we don't see the original. But, I can say that this pic still draws the attention to the nose IMHO. Not per se a bad thing, but if you wanted the eyes to be focus, that did not quite work. For that, a reshoot would be needed. And 1.8 is great for this kind of pic.






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    I would agree with the previous comments Rachel, but I would like to add that I like the composition. The rug and wicker add to the photo.

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