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Nov 05, 2013 00:57 |  #1

Few from last sunday's shoot

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Nov 05, 2013 01:13 |  #2

4 + 5 are awesome.

All photos seem too contrasty with blacks pulled too hard.



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Nov 05, 2013 09:57 |  #3
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Agreed, you're losing all detail in lady's hair.

I like using the white and black sliders in LR. Pressing ALT while adjusting these are very helpful




  
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Nov 05, 2013 17:36 |  #4

Thank you guys, I dont see how I am loosing any details and I always do the same with the ALT key for black and white, that's one of the first step in my pp. The black slider is at 0 in all this images, and I didnt even touched the contrast bar.


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Nov 05, 2013 18:38 |  #5

In most of the photos the textural aspect of her hair is not really visible--just a deep deep black. You might not have pulled the blacks, but some kind of a curve has definitely been applied to these images--they are some of the most contrasty ones I've seen in this section in quite some time. It leads me to suspect that you're not calibrated.



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Nov 05, 2013 20:46 |  #6

I am calibrated, I looked at larger images and at 100% and her hair looks just fine.
But it's fine, sometimes we not always agreed with PP, its a matter of taste.


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Nov 06, 2013 14:20 |  #7

Nice stuffs! Last one is my fav.


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Nov 07, 2013 07:57 |  #8

Christopher Steven b wrote in post #16427567 (external link)
In most of the photos the textural aspect of her hair is not really visible--just a deep deep black. You might not have pulled the blacks, but some kind of a curve has definitely been applied to these images--they are some of the most contrasty ones I've seen in this section in quite some time. It leads me to suspect that you're not calibrated.

I think it's because there's no light being cast on the hair and that they're a little underexposed. In #2, there's definitely some texture. But for the rest, it's deep black like you stated.


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Nov 08, 2013 00:34 |  #9

I'd back off on the contrast.It does not work as well on black people due to the skin color.
Your small res files seem to show noise. perhaps you can smooth out the skin. Women aren't very found the noise as it makes their skin a bit rough.


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