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Nov 21, 2006 02:16 |  #1

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Once again, a random shot where i wasn't thinking of background, etc.

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Nov 21, 2006 07:07 |  #2

I'm surprised you've had no other comments. For me, the processing is a little too much - Alison's colouring just looks too strong. Also, I'd have taken the shot so that her eyes are on the left side, so that there's plenty of space for her to look into. But, I think the shot works pretty well - it looks like the focus is slightly out - the upholstery of the couch seems to be in better focus than her face, but I'd just blur it as her eyes are still reasonably sharp.


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Nov 21, 2006 12:00 |  #3

goatee wrote in post #2293506 (external link)
I'm surprised you've had no other comments. For me, the processing is a little too much - Alison's colouring just looks too strong. Also, I'd have taken the shot so that her eyes are on the left side, so that there's plenty of space for her to look into. But, I think the shot works pretty well - it looks like the focus is slightly out - the upholstery of the couch seems to be in better focus than her face, but I'd just blur it as her eyes are still reasonably sharp.

The only post processing done to this picture was Auto Levels, Auto Colors and Auto Contrast. Other than that, i did nothing to alter the picture.

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Nov 21, 2006 13:39 |  #4

MJ23FE wrote in post #2294579 (external link)
The only post processing done to this picture was Auto Levels, Auto Colors and Auto Contrast. Other than that, i did nothing to alter the picture.

-Jalal

That's what did it. I wouldn't Auto anything unless it gets me to where I'm going next.

I have to say, however, the composition is funny. I like it.


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Nov 21, 2006 14:12 |  #5

Well, I like the PP and the photo, so good job :)


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