This is my youngest. I've shot this same series for my 3 other kids, and finally got around to finish it for her mom.
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BrianAZ wrote in post #16714110
Actually 1 and 1/3rd overexposed. It was kinda the whole point.
very nice, I've always loved these kind of photos. Only ever tried it a couple times a though.
Very good job and nicely executed. The images also prove the theory that if the style doesn't fit the mainstream formats that negative comments usually follow. Thanks for sharing.
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Feb 24, 2014 17:17 as a reply to @ StanNJ1's post |
Love these. Wall-worthy!
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Thanks for the kind words, everyone.
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Your daughter is gorgeous and I can see why you love these, but they are not going to print well. The skin tones will print like one giant blob with no detail.
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Thanks Lisa. Ive actually printed these as large as 36" through white house, and they come out great. When printed on canvas (i use simply color for canvas) they are awesome.
Staszek wrote in post #16717269
Cute daughter, but high key does not mean overexposed.
Nope, but neither does a "properly" exposed image. High key is denoted by the values of the subject, backgound, and other elements. Even without overexposure this would be classified as high key.