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Jan 29, 2008 01:28 |  #1

This was taken in the brief second in which she was not screaming. still got some ok photos though :)

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Jan 29, 2008 02:00 |  #2

I guess i will be the first. I would like to say its a nice pic. although. i kinda feel i wish i could see the eyes. kinda makes me sad for some weird reason. Maybe im just tired....

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Jan 29, 2008 02:37 |  #3

its really lovely, great angle, dont often see this
what is the vertical grain?




  
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Jan 29, 2008 02:38 as a reply to  @ [AP]Red's post |  #4

I'm sure I can see her breathing.;) Nice pic:)


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Jan 29, 2008 05:35 |  #5

beautiful CP...



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Jan 29, 2008 06:15 as a reply to  @ knt3424's post |  #6

Nics shot Cheeta, although it looks like it needs some level adj and some contrast...unless ofcourse you were going for that look.


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Jan 29, 2008 07:14 |  #7

yeah i was t ryin something new with the pp....i faded out the colors and added some grain....so this is exactly what i was going for - but if it just doesnt work...i can accept that and try again :)


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Jan 29, 2008 07:21 |  #8

Wow ,great angle


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Jan 29, 2008 07:22 as a reply to  @ CheetaPita's post |  #9

It works, I was just wandering. I like it. ;)


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Jan 29, 2008 07:29 |  #10

lbeck wrote in post #4806678 (external link)
It works, I was just wandering. I like it. ;)

haha ok...but dont feel like you cant be brutally honest with me...

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Jan 29, 2008 07:56 |  #11

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haha ok...but dont feel like you cant be brutally honest with me...





Thanks!

I know I can be honest with Cheeta! :D I really do like it.


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Jan 29, 2008 08:10 |  #12

I really like everything about this photo.. I do also like the grain that you added.. I was thinking the grain was actually a texture or something. I this it works perfect for this photo. I love the angle...


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Jan 29, 2008 11:07 |  #13

I like the desaturated tone of it but personally I don't think the vertical lines/grain works, it takes away from the baby. That's the first thing I saw and instantly I leaned over to see what it was, not good, you're suppose to look at the baby not the lines. LOL
But otherwise the angle and desat works, just ditch the lines IMO. Nice as always Carley.


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Jan 29, 2008 11:51 |  #14

thanks for the comments and critiques - for those of you who do NOT like the grain - how is this? better?


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Jan 29, 2008 11:54 |  #15

I really like this picture..... Great angle...


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