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Sep 03, 2004 15:57 |  #16

Beautiful!
I really like #2. I had to do a double take because at first I thought she was a statue. Really nice!

Btw, I notice you made a point of saying "zero processing".
I would personally add some sharpening to the images to give them a little more pop, and also to fight any softening from resizing for the web.


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Sep 03, 2004 16:22 |  #17

Awesome stuff there CDS. That first one is such a different and provocative looking image, it has to be my fav for this set.


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Sep 03, 2004 18:37 |  #18

drisley wrote:
Beautiful!
I really like #2. I had to do a double take because at first I thought she was a statue. Really nice!

Btw, I notice you made a point of saying "zero processing".
I would personally add some sharpening to the images to give them a little more pop, and also to fight any softening from resizing for the web.

I made the point.. yes .. it is not a choice.. thess were shot large fine jpeg,. and have not even been cropped..

I don't do this often.. (show unprocessed images to anyone) but this time I just thought I'd literally "throw some images online" straight out of camera.

When I pick some "printers" I'll do the whole shebang :)

p.s. I have never "resharpened" a resized image either.. I know I'm supposed to.. but I'm too lazy. I know I should though.. resizing to 500 wide takes all the "bam" out of an image :(


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