Discussion in 'People Photography' started by wildmaven, Aug 22, 2007.
Hiya wildmaven, I don't think we have met on here before, now have we?
Welcome to ThePhotoForum, anyway, even though you are into your 31st post already.
Well - this is a funny photo. The dark dog is a big ... yes, well: dark. Even on my screen there is hardly any detail to be seen, any older, darker screen will probably show him as mostly just black. I guess all in all the photo might be a bit underexposed. But it is funny, all the same.
Thanks for the warm welcome! I played around in photoshop with this image and had a really hard time with it. If the white dog looked right, the black dog looked too dark...if the black dog looked right, the white dog was overexposed, ha ha. When filming an image like this, what are some tricks to get both dogs exposed properly in the first place? It's a tricky one!
This photo is so cute. I love the dogs look.....great shot!
Quick hit with Highlight Shadow then with history brush set to colour burn for eyes and nose and a touch of overlay mode. i am sure there is much more you can do with the original. Welcome to the forum - It seems you are a bird nut!
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