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Portrait of my son.

 
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Dec 26, 2013 21:04 |  #1

Candid of my son, how does the post processing look?

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After warming.

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Dec 27, 2013 00:59 |  #2

I think the photographer is about to get shot with foam.

My preferences lean toward the cooler rather than the warmer. When I get pictures as warm as your second one, I check to see if I left the white balance on flash and I ended up shooting with incandescent lighting. I'd add just a touch of warmth to the first one...if any at all. But, that's just my bias on my new, yet uncalibrated monitors.

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Dec 27, 2013 20:19 |  #3

I actually like warm colors. Maybe just a tad bit less warmth in that picture though, it seems like a little bit too much. Watch out to not make the teeth look too yellow either though.



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Dec 28, 2013 03:42 |  #4

Camera? Settings?




  
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Dec 28, 2013 14:53 |  #5

Out of the two I prefer the warmer one, mainly because the skin looks better, it looks a bit too white on the first one. Ideally you probably want something in the middle... or perhaps selective warming on the skin?


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