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steve74
23rd of April 2001 (Mon), 11:23
Please have a look at my website

http://www.steveneville.com

Rick
23rd of April 2001 (Mon), 22:04
Steve,

Great job! The entire presentation makes it obvious you spent some time laying it out and putting it together.

Just an observation, It looks like the highlights are blown out on the portraits of your girlfriend, cant tell without looking at the original. Maybe a diffuser or gobo in front of the flash might help that out. I really like the portrait of the friends together nicely done.


Rick

steve74
24th of April 2001 (Tue), 01:30
Thanks Rick, I think some of the Lenka pics are slightly overexposed.

Steve

Rick
24th of April 2001 (Tue), 11:25
Steve,

Have you tried to correct it using the numbers technique in photoshop? It works really well even though its a bit tedius to learn. Ill try to find the web site that has the tutorial on it and post it here if your interested.

Rick

gandini
24th of April 2001 (Tue), 11:35
Rick wrote:
Steve,

Have you tried to correct it using the numbers technique in photoshop? It works really well even though its a bit tedius to learn. Ill try to find the web site that has the tutorial on it and post it here if your interested.

Rick

Yes, Rick, please post link, as Im not familiar with "the numbers technique." I have seen one turorial that uses layers with a sequence of geometrically decreasing "merge" factors that reduced the effect of overexposure. Is this it?

thanks,

Andrei
24th of April 2001 (Tue), 13:38
Hi, Philip !

Look at here:

(It's the best !)
http://www.ledet.com/margulis/articles.html


and here:

very useful(the third from the bottom in the middle column)

http://www.adobeevangelists.com/html_pages/toplevelhtmlpages/pstoplevel.html

gandini wrote:
Rick wrote:
Steve,

Have you tried to correct it using the numbers technique in photoshop? It works really well even though its a bit tedius to learn. Ill try to find the web site that has the tutorial on it and post it here if your interested.

Rick

Yes, Rick, please post link, as Im not familiar with "the numbers technique." I have seen one turorial that uses layers with a sequence of geometrically decreasing "merge" factors that reduced the effect of overexposure. Is this it?

thanks,

Rick
24th of April 2001 (Tue), 16:23
Andrei,

Thank you, I was having a heck of a time finding the links. Thanks for posting them. Now does anyone know of a program to magically organize my links while Im sleeping:-)

Rick