What, this old thing?

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  1. Josay

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    These couple shots i took of my sister just wanted some C&C on them just let me know how i should improve and all that good stuff :lol:
    Taken with a D90 and a 50mm f/1.8
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  2. Josay

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    yeah i noticed that after i posted thanks for the help
     
  3. Ron Evers

    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    The only one I like is #3 but I am not sure if the focus is good on account of my monitor. I have been told here a few times when I suggested the focus was off that the pic was actually quite sharp.
     
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    Cute, but they could use some warming. Her skin is washed out. Other than that, nice images!
     
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    Need some warming. Otherwise, cute.
     
  6. Josay

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    and how would i go about warming them?
     
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    In Photoshop (can't help you with anything else, sorry), go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Color Balance... Click OK

    Move the top slider toward Red and the bottom slider toward Yellow in equal amounts to warm it. Go the opposite direction (top slider toward Cyan and bottom slider toward Blue) to cool the photo. Be sure to move the sliders in equal amounts.

    Here is your third one warmed up a bit with an example:

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    I think there's a little more life in there! ;)
     
  8. Ron Evers

    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    dhilburg, did you sharpen it as well? Looks a bit sharper to me.
     
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    Maybe a reflector to soften and bounce some light back on the side of her face that isn't facing the window, but other than that...these are great shots, she's so cute!
     
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    Nope, just warmed it up a bit. Are you viewing the fullsize image?
     
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    Just what I see here. ??
     
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    thanks all for the comments i plan to post more in the future
     

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