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Aug 01, 2018 01:31 |  #1

I took this with my LG V30 last week while on vacation. It was in the AM and I just loved how the light was hitting his head through the crack in the window blinds.


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Aug 01, 2018 01:37 |  #2

It's good; but would be great if you could have cleaned up the clutter on the table in the background. You might try cloning it out or darkening it.


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Aug 01, 2018 01:49 |  #3

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It's good; but would be great if you could have cleaned up the clutter on the table in the background. You might try cloning it out or darkening it.

Will see what i can do. It was something i didn't anticipate at the moment lol 3 kids (4,5,6) in the mornings.


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Aug 01, 2018 08:26 |  #4

Love it. It's real life. Love the catch lights in his eyes from the TV. In my opinion, I would leave it alone.


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Aug 29, 2018 19:31 |  #5

Good idea, I love it! I recommend you photoshop the spotlight off, and darken the table maybe


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