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Rylin Rae: 365 project

 
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Apr 16, 2012 22:02 |  #391

AMAZING!!! I love them!!


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Apr 16, 2012 22:10 |  #392

tropicalshoes wrote in post #14272154 (external link)
Love Love Love these!! Wow what a cute little girl, When I graduate next month I might have to do one of these!! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

Thanks a lot! It is a huge project!

shankarhokie wrote in post #14273775 (external link)
Rylin is growing up right in front of our eyes...

Road trip to Iowa? Hope you all made it back safe and not affected by those tornadoes..

She sure is. I cant believe how fast this year has gone by. There is a small family museum in Bettendorf Iowa that we wanted to take Rylin to. She had fun but it was a little small. We got back before the tornadoes!

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Wow, not sure how Ive missed this thread. Some amazing and inspirational shots you have as well as a beautiful family.

Thank you very much sir!

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I think Day 288 is probably one of my most favorites of your 365 Ryan!

The only thing I might do is remove the dandelion dander in front of her face ....

but it's still my favorite of her!

It is one of my favorites as well. As soon as I took it I knew it was gonna be good. The light was spot on and the background was perfect to remember the day we had. I think I'll keep the dandelion dander though. She was cracking us up when she was trying to blow the dander off. She was spitting quite a bit instead of blowing.

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Day 287... Are you driving? Hope not...

Nope, we are stopped in front of the house. You can see our mail box in the background. I was stopping to get the mail and looked up to see her patty caking in the rear view. ;)

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"That Look" is priceless. She is such an adorable little girl. Be prepared, you'll probably see that look a lot in years to come. :)

That is one of Tara's favorites. Tara already has to remind me to have a backbone with her... Its a losing battle...

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I see Ryan losing a lot of battles.. and handing over his credit cards....:lol::lol:

Uh yup... No doubt about it!! HAHA!! I think baby #2 will be a girl too. So if I'm right, I will walk around with empty pockets for a very long time. Little girls are so much fun.


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Apr 17, 2012 07:40 as a reply to  @ PeyDay17's post |  #393

I think this thread should be a sticky.. Once this project is completed


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Apr 17, 2012 22:35 |  #394

I think you shouldn't show this project to your daughter until she reaches the point she can understand your real intention.
It will mean a lot more to her later I think.
Really admire your passion, love and work. Thanks for sharing and love to see her smile :)


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Apr 18, 2012 01:06 |  #395

shankarhokie wrote in post #14279992 (external link)
I think this thread should be a sticky.. Once this project is completed

Thanks shankar.

gtg844f wrote in post #14284345 (external link)
I think you shouldn't show this project to your daughter until she reaches the point she can understand your real intention.
It will mean a lot more to her later I think.
Really admire your passion, love and work. Thanks for sharing and love to see her smile :)

Ive actually thought about that! Maybe her 18th bday or something? Thank you for the kind words.


All of you have been amazing for my inspiration and motivation. This thread has some amazing people in it! I appreciate all of your comments more than I can express here on the forum.


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Apr 19, 2012 22:08 as a reply to  @ PeyDay17's post |  #396

Day 291 - Potty TIME!!

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Day 292 - SQUIRREL!
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Day 293 - BIG SISTER!! (This is how Tara and I announced on our Facebook pages.)
IMAGE: http://rbfoto.smugmug.com/Other/Rylins-365-project-July-2nd/i-KvQfF7H/0/XL/Day293-XL.jpg

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Apr 19, 2012 22:34 |  #397

OMGosh!!!! Stop posting pics of her!! lol ;) I'm kidding but WOW can she seriously be any cuter?!?!

LOVE the look on her face in the potty picture - I have a similar-aged picture of Holden on the potty and coincidentally, he had a shirt that said "Genius in the Making" and he was reading a book on the potty - HILARIOUS and he hates that picture now! ;) I'll be sure to add it to his Wedding slide show! ;) HAHAHA!

Love the photo(s?) of Tara and Rylin announcing the pregnancy. Was it 2 separate photos you blended together? or was that just one photo. It's hard to tell.


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Apr 19, 2012 22:45 |  #398

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OMGosh!!!! Stop posting pics of her!! lol ;) I'm kidding but WOW can she seriously be any cuter?!?!

LOVE the look on her face in the potty picture - I have a similar-aged picture of Holden on the potty and coincidentally, he had a shirt that said "Genius in the Making" and he was reading a book on the potty - HILARIOUS and he hates that picture now! ;) I'll be sure to add it to his Wedding slide show! ;) HAHAHA!

Love the photo(s?) of Tara and Rylin announcing the pregnancy. Was it 2 separate photos you blended together? or was that just one photo. It's hard to tell.

Thanks Jenn. LOL! The potty pic cracks me up!

The announcement is 2 separate pics blended! :)


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Apr 24, 2012 01:58 |  #399

Really enjoyed looking at your thread....all 27 pages of it lol. You have a beautiful little girl and your photos are great. Your girl reminds me of my little girl who will be 2 in June. I may start a 365 project when she turns 2 now that I'm inspired by your work lol. Only problem is I have two boys, 6 and 4 years old and I that would mean doing one of them too :) Anyway just wanted to say great job and congrats on baby #2.


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Apr 24, 2012 15:07 |  #400

Look at that cutie pie growing up so fast with her little painted nails. So adorable. Congrats on the second baby....I really hope you "bore" us some more with lovely pics. ;)


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Apr 25, 2012 02:46 |  #401

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Hello Adam, I posted a few PMs I received recently, They explain my workflow and how I shoot. I think these will help you!


PhotoShop CS5---
---I have an action I have created that adjust the brightness and contrast and an Unsharp Mask. That gets done to all of my images right out of Raw. I just push a button on the margin and the sharpening and brightness(+5)/contras​t(-5) are adjusted. Sharpening is Amount 60% Radius 1.5 Threshhold 10.
---Eyes. I do this to every picture too. I Copy the background layer (command + J key) then select "screen" as the blend mode. It will make the image much brighter.
Hide the brighter layer by holding option (mac) and clicking the add layer mask button. This will hide the bright layer behind regular exposure.
Then zoom way in on the eyes. Select a brush and paint the eyes. The bright layer will be revealed and their eyes will be bright. After they are painted in, adjust the opacity by sliding it to 20%, give or take.
---Spot Sharpening. Select the background layer and select your sharpening tool. Sharpen the eyes and hair. Adjust the opacity until everything looks good to you.
---New adjustment layer. Levels. I hit the Auto button and adjust a little bit to what my eye says looks like it did in real time when I took the shot. Auto is usually really close!
---Darken/Lighten center plugin from Color Effects Pro 3.0. Adjust to your liking, Rylin's face is usually my center point. The outside I usually burn a little too. I feel this directs attention to your subject.


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Ryan, I just finished reading all of your posts from page 1 to current page and wow, you are very talented! I have question for you in regards to this post. I was able to follow everything except for portion in blue. I am fairly new to cs5 and dont know which sharpen option are you referring to: sharpen, sharpen edges, sharpen more, smart sharpen, unsharp mask. I'm not even sure if any of these are right bc none allows me to sharpen at selected area. Please advise.

Thank you so much for sharing your pictures of your absolutely adorable little girl and answering these questions because it helps us beginners tremendously. :)




  
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Apr 25, 2012 03:33 |  #402
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Man this is great, I can just imagine how valuable these photos will be to her later in life looking back through an album (you should definitely put these in a physical album for her btw!)

I hope that I can do something like this when I eventually have some kids of my own..hopefully I'll have a bit of time to plan between now and then though




  
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Apr 25, 2012 08:03 |  #403

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Ryan, I just finished reading all of your posts from page 1 to current page and wow, you are very talented! I have question for you in regards to this post. I was able to follow everything except for portion in blue. I am fairly new to cs5 and dont know which sharpen option are you referring to: sharpen, sharpen edges, sharpen more, smart sharpen, unsharp mask. I'm not even sure if any of these are right bc none allows me to sharpen at selected area. Please advise.

Thank you so much for sharing your pictures of your absolutely adorable little girl and answering these questions because it helps us beginners tremendously. :)

There is a separate sharpen tool in CS5. It looks like a triangle in the tool palette a,ong with blur & smudge

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Or you could just convert the layer to a smart object (or duplicate) apply the appropriate sharpen filter, then mask off the areas you don't want sharpened.




  
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Apr 25, 2012 22:28 |  #405

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