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Oct 18, 2010 15:53 |  #1

I never used this shot for my portfolio because my flash failed on this one. I gave it some noise reduction, sharpening, and touch ups with content aware filter. Do you think its worth keeping? Or if you have any ideas on further PP. Thanks

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Oct 18, 2010 15:58 |  #2

I dont know what worth keeping means. Its a great shot except for the underexposure issue from the flash not firing. I'm sure it wouldnt hurt to include it in the shots provided to the bride and family as it can be passed of as an artistic attempt rather than a botched photo :) But no, I wouldnt let it anywhere near your portfolio because in that context it would convey that you meant to do that, which you didnt or wouldnt want to.




  
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Oct 18, 2010 16:04 |  #3

true, thanks


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Oct 18, 2010 16:05 |  #4

I wouldnt add it. They are VERY dark and its not flattering, not even in an artistic sort of way


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