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Apr 01, 2012 10:31 |  #31

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There is a fine line between "soft focus" and processing skin where it is smooth yet detail is still visible. All of us have a different threshold for what that is. In a few of these what you are seeing is also a process that brings out the surrounding image detail yet has a clean soft look to the skin, yes this is intentional to show contrast of hard and soft in the image. Maybe there was a bit of detail loss in the compression of these if you pixel peep. I feel very confident that the high res files when printed will have a crisp yet fresh look to the skin as well as the other areas of the image. I can assure you the eyes, lips and teeth are crisp in the final prints.

Darn pixel peepers. Everybody's taste is different. I love them. Where where they taken at. I live near Dallas.




  
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Apr 01, 2012 12:37 |  #32

I would love (LOVE) to know where this location is. I have a few engagement sessions in the next few weeks that I'd really like to shoot somewhere like this. That stream is awesome!

On the feedback - I tend to push more light onto my subjects, but I think the photos are lovely. :)


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Apr 01, 2012 14:36 |  #33

taygull wrote in post #14190314 (external link)
There is a fine line between "soft focus" and processing skin where it is smooth yet detail is still visible. All of us have a different threshold for what that is. In a few of these what you are seeing is also a process that brings out the surrounding image detail yet has a clean soft look to the skin, yes this is intentional to show contrast of hard and soft in the image. Maybe there was a bit of detail loss in the compression of these if you pixel peep. I feel very confident that the high res files when printed will have a crisp yet fresh look to the skin as well as the other areas of the image. I can assure you the eyes, lips and teeth are crisp in the final prints.

Thanks, that is exactly what I was wondering, I appreciate the information.


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Apr 02, 2012 10:53 |  #34

Thanks everyone...this is a creek that runs through the west side of McKinney! I'm scheduling a Senior workshop where I'll have at least 3 really great kids and multiple locations including this one!


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Apr 02, 2012 17:59 |  #35

taygull wrote in post #14196336 (external link)
Thanks everyone...this is a creek that runs through the west side of McKinney! I'm scheduling a Senior workshop where I'll have at least 3 really great kids and multiple locations including this one!

Let me know when the workshop is and I might try and sign up.




  
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Apr 02, 2012 19:17 |  #36

Scouting mode: activated. I think I have time to go find this place before Saturday's wedding. Thanks!


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