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Sep 25, 2007 03:44 |  #1

Took these both in weekend. c&C welcome.


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Sep 25, 2007 03:53 |  #2

The first one is very candid/humorous. However it's a little overexposed. A quick autocontrast or levels adjustment would fix it right up.


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Sep 25, 2007 03:54 |  #3

Thanks. Can I do that on photoshop?




  
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Sep 25, 2007 04:08 |  #4

Yeah, go to Image>Adjustments. You should repost the edit in here so I can see.


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Sep 25, 2007 04:10 |  #5

Both are nice shots, but each could use a little photoshop love....

The first looks a tad overexposed, the second underexposed. I think a little tweaking in photoshop could yield two great images.


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Sep 25, 2007 06:39 |  #6

I like the action in the first shot... I agree about the over exposure, and that you can fix it in photoshop or other processing program :)


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Sep 25, 2007 13:04 as a reply to  @ Alyeska's post |  #7

The first shot is priceless......;)


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Sep 25, 2007 14:53 |  #8

since you have image editing ok selected... my attempt. These may be off as I am using remote desktop to my home computer to edit. If you want me to take them down, just let me know and I will do it ASAP.

I really like the shots. The tongue sticking out on the first one is cute, and the creamy bokeh on the second is really nice.

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Sep 25, 2007 15:45 |  #9

Wow, thanks so much for the comments. And thanks for playing in PS winkie :)




  
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Sep 25, 2007 18:40 |  #10

So I'm very new to this whole photography/ photoshop thing. How do I change the levels so the exposure is correct in PS? I'm reading Understanding exposure at the moment so hopefully in the future I will have to do less correcting. Thanks for the comments and help :)




  
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Sep 25, 2007 18:42 |  #11

Mikeduncanphoto: do I play with levels in PS to change exposure?




  
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