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Aug 20, 2012 10:31 |  #31

wow.

she truly has a big girl look to her now, no more baby girl!

wonderful as always Ryan!


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Aug 23, 2012 11:36 |  #32

PeyDay17 wrote in post #14676920 (external link)
Sure! First, I made 3 different adjustment layers. A exposure layer, a b&W layer and a curves layer with a cross processing style. Here is a video explaining the baseline look you're after. Video (external link)

After I get the feel from adjusting each layer to my liking I took a color sample from her skirt and made a new Screen layer with that layer. Then I took another color sample from the greenery in the foreground and made another screen layer. Then I erased the center to make a vignette with that subtle green color. Both SCREEN layers were adjusted between 5-15% opacity.

That's about it! Hope it works out for you!

My she has grown up and a darling she is. I'm sure you have lots of fun photographing her. My son who just turned 2 (who i love to photograph) is more interested to see what i do with the camera than sit in front of it.
Thanks a lot for sharing the technique used in the first picture. The video was very useful. May i know what type of layer the black and white adjustment layer was.Thanks a lot!




  
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Aug 23, 2012 17:46 |  #33

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Great pics, as usual! The post processing on this one really caught my eye, do you mind sharing what you did to it?

Thanks! The youtube video I learned that technique from is posted in the quote below. I saved it as an action and tweak it with each individual shot. Hope that helps!

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My she has grown up and a darling she is. I'm sure you have lots of fun photographing her. My son who just turned 2 (who i love to photograph) is more interested to see what i do with the camera than sit in front of it.
Thanks a lot for sharing the technique used in the first picture. The video was very useful. May i know what type of layer the black and white adjustment layer was.Thanks a lot!

Thanks! I believe that layer was an exposure layer?

One from today. I used the same action from the video. I just tweaked it until I liked it.

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Here's a pic I took of my car today...but you can see Ry's little head poking up in the rear window! Lol!
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Aug 27, 2012 11:55 |  #34

PeyDay17 wrote in post #14898232 (external link)
Thanks! The youtube video I learned that technique from is posted in the quote below. I saved it as an action and tweak it with each individual shot. Hope that helps!

Thanks! I believe that layer was an exposure layer?

Thanks a lot! I guess i didn't ask my question properly i meant to ask what the blending mode was for the black and white layer. Because when i use this with a normal blending mode i somehow don't get the colors back like how you do with the first photograph. Am i doing something wrong? Sorry for loading you with questions!




  
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Aug 27, 2012 15:34 |  #35

JsDan wrote in post #14913021 (external link)
Thanks a lot! I guess i didn't ask my question properly i meant to ask what the blending mode was for the black and white layer. Because when i use this with a normal blending mode i somehow don't get the colors back like how you do with the first photograph. Am i doing something wrong? Sorry for loading you with questions!

Oh, sorry! Lol! I'll get back to you when I get home to my computer.


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Aug 28, 2012 21:46 as a reply to  @ PeyDay17's post |  #36

The blending mode is normal at 50% opacity. Just mess with the opacity, turn the layers on and off to see what you get.

Playing at Grammy and Grampy's house.

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Aug 29, 2012 09:41 |  #37

These are really nice photos of a pretty little girl.


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Aug 30, 2012 22:25 |  #38

Thanks a lot! Keep the photos coming!!




  
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Sep 01, 2012 16:45 as a reply to  @ JsDan's post |  #39

that last shot is adorable!!

any belly shots of your wife??


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Sep 03, 2012 09:21 |  #40

PeyDay17 wrote in post #14920046 (external link)
The blending mode is normal at 50% opacity. Just mess with the opacity, turn the layers on and off to see what you get.

Playing at Grammy and Grampy's house.


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Sep 16, 2012 21:57 as a reply to  @ digidiva's post |  #41

Hey Jenn,

Finally got around to taking some belly shots tonight.

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Sep 17, 2012 13:30 |  #42

THOSE are all adorable!!! What a beautiful little family you have Ryan!!! I love the one of Rylin showing off her belly, what a little doll! Your wife is beautiful!

Thanks for sharing these.... how much longer til the new little lady arrives?!


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Sep 17, 2012 13:36 |  #43

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THOSE are all adorable!!! What a beautiful little family you have Ryan!!! I love the one of Rylin showing off her belly, what a little doll! Your wife is beautiful!

Thanks for sharing these.... how much longer til the new little lady arrives?!

12 DAYS!!! :)


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Sep 17, 2012 15:35 |  #44

WOW!!! so soon! that flew by! :)

Good luck with the delivery and we can't wait to see pictures when Aivan Lane arrives! (I knew the name was unique and beautiful, but couldn't quite remember, had to go back and look for it).


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