- Sep 14, 2009
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- Way up North in Michigan
- Can others edit my Photos
- Photos NOT OK to edit
Director of Engineering Larry J. needed a corporate head shot:
It's a good point. My main concern was to set up my lighting and his head position to avoid glare from them.Oh man.. you are making me worried. I am going to do a corporate shot in 2 days with someone wearing glasses. I think his eyes distortion looks very very weird. Look at the eye on your left.
I considered that, but no... that's not going to happen. Even if it wasn't a rush job that's already turned in, I'd have to create his ear and all kinds of other work, and I'm just not convinced it would be natural enough looking to warrant all that.buckster, try this.. duplicate layer and try liquify tool or something and merge. I think it can be fixed with photoshop.. not sure.
I might have chosen differently too. The job entailed using a background that looked like the one used for the rest of the corporate heads at that company, so that it would fit with the portfolio layout their marketing department has already been using. That's the background they wanted, so that's the background they got.shot is good, BUT the background, i really dont like it.