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Jan 16, 2011 19:36 |  #16

I agree with Ken. I thing this re-done version leaves your first go for dead. She looks a bit too smooth, but a big improvement for me.


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Jan 16, 2011 19:40 as a reply to  @ post 11654805 |  #17

Thanks for all the help Ken !! You just saved me a bunch of money and re-assured me to to trust my own eyes vs some software programmers.

Again, apologize for the earlier misunderstanding. I realized that your first post was a true and sincere attempt to help,but was more concerned that some other people would take the thread off on a tangent!

Okay, enough with the mushy stuff ! hahah Thanks !


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Jan 16, 2011 21:37 |  #18

Gravelrash wrote in post #11654839 (external link)
I agree with Ken. I thing this re-done version leaves your first go for dead. She looks a bit too smooth, but a big improvement for me.


Thanks Gravel (great name!) .... I backed off the sharpening in a hurry to get the revised photo back out. Guess I went a too far on the sharpening mask which smoothed out the cheek.


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Jan 17, 2011 01:47 |  #19

DanangMonkey wrote in post #11654395 (external link)
Sorry, wasn't trying to be disrespectful at all, and I appreciated his feedback. His photos and professional model have blown mine away and subsequent comments would probably focus on his photos, which would defeat the purpose of my posting anything to start with. I've deleted the comment since it may, and has been taken out of context.

NOt a professional model -taken in her garage with minimal lights


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Jan 17, 2011 02:58 |  #20

Ken Robertson wrote in post #11656629 (external link)
NOt a professional model -taken in her garage with minimal lights

I was trying to pay both you and your model a compliment with the "professional" remark. Why do you want to keep grinding salt into the wounds over this?


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