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JTHphoto

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well, this is my first post in the portrait section... i'm trying to branch out... ;) I hope they are worthy...

James

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Owen

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Gabriel

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#3 and #6 are my favs, but these are all great. These are unbelieveable cute kids. Keep up the good work, mate.

Thanks for posting, this post is very inspirational.. :)
 
What adorable kids! 3,4,7&8 are all just so precious! Great shots
 
Great series!! Very nicely done! The only thing I would change is perhaps some skin-tone correction in PS.
 
DepthAfield said:
Great series!! Very nicely done! The only thing I would change is perhaps some skin-tone correction in PS.

thanks for the comments everybody...

Depth... what is the best way to go about correcting skin tones? the color ones all seem a little washed out to me too. any help would be greatly appreciated... thanks.
 
I LOVE 1 and in particular, 7... what cuties.... all are great shots in my opinion! xx Learner question..... did you shoot 7 in b&w or convert in Photoshop..?? Beautiful tones...my b&w are so ordinary??? Don't know what I'm doing wrong???
 
jemmy said:
I LOVE 1 and in particular, 7... what cuties.... all are great shots in my opinion! xx Learner question..... did you shoot 7 in b&w or convert in Photoshop..?? Beautiful tones...my b&w are so ordinary??? Don't know what I'm doing wrong???

i always convert later in PS. the color version was way off, really yellow, just because it was taken with available indoor light with the 50mm/1.8. Maybe that enriched the b&w... i'm not sure. I have been messing with my b&w's for 6 months because i have the "ordinary" problem too. keep at it, you'll get it. This one was just a straight conversion to b&w with maybe some level adjustments, but there are other ways that give you a lot of control over the final image.
 

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