They were the best of Times...

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by aliceinthe80s, Nov 5, 2008.

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How would you scale the editing on these photos?

Poll closed Nov 15, 2008.
  1. They are over-edited

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  2. They are at just the right balance

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  3. Editing alters the photo's realistic values

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  4. They are Under-edited

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  1. aliceinthe80s

    aliceinthe80s TPF Noob!

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    ...And i would absolutely LOVE to hear what you think :)
    feedback means the world to me, so i would really appreciate any & all thoughts you have about any of the images--positive and negative.
    This is my first posting on TPF so i am really excited to hear outside information about some of these shots. Most of these were just me fooling around with friends and a few are from my trip to southern Italy this summer.

    i'll label each image so if you are referencing a photo, please identify it by name, thanks you guys!


    image 1:
    http://i215.photobucket.com/albums/cc320/ohava/lol-2.jpg

    image 2:
    http://i215.photobucket.com/albums/cc320/ohava/IMG_1407-2.jpg

    image 3:
    http://i215.photobucket.com/albums/cc320/ohava/IMG_0568-4.jpg
     
  2. Dubious Drewski

    Dubious Drewski TPF Noob!

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    They're tiny! How are we to accurately see what was done to them?

    From what I can see, the editing on #1 and #2 look minimal enough that they don't look edited at all, but photographically speaking, they look like plain snapshots. #3 on the other hand, has some beautiful light and a good exposure. And again, if there was some editing done, it's subtle enough that it doesn't stand out to me.
     

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