Too Soft?

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  1. ntbbc6

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    Hey guys,

    Its been a whole since I've posted but here are some things I worked on a few months ago and now they are needed as professional head shots. I've never done intensive face work before and I'm afraid that I might have gone a little over board. I would really appreciate some feedback as well has some suggestions for me to improve them! I'll post a few here but if you want to see the entire collections you can go to Steph - a set on Flickr.

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    THANKS!!!
     
  2. CSR Studio

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    The face work looks fine but you need to work on the flesh tones. The first and second ones are too cyan and the third one is too yellow.
     
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    The hand skin on the first one might need cosmetic correction or color enhancing.
    The second is fine.
    On the third one the shoulders are a bit too wide.
    I am no portrait photographer , so don't take my critic too seriously.
    Also I agree with Ted Grant , that B&W portraits reveal that persons soul, but color portraits show off there clothes.
     
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    #3 is best. theyre too small to judge sharpness.
     

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