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Jan 05, 2008 22:37 |  #1

I did a little blur and a b&w conversion on this. Is it too soft with the blur I did?
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Jan 05, 2008 22:57 |  #2

That picture is absolutely stunning! I love her eyes. I'm not even close to what an expert might be, but I love the softness of the picture.


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Jan 05, 2008 22:58 |  #3

This is a really cute picture.. I really do like the softness but I personally think there is a little to much blurring more so on his right cheek (camera left).. Tone it down just a tad and I think it will look very natural.. But this is just personal preference..


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Jan 05, 2008 23:00 |  #4

Oh on a side note. Welcome to the forum cii... I look forward to seeing some pic's from you. :) PG. I wanted to tell you that you have a very cute baby with amazing eyes...


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Jan 06, 2008 11:46 |  #5

HeatherSik wrote in post #4640012 (external link)
Oh on a side note. Welcome to the forum cii... I look forward to seeing some pic's from you. :) PG. I wanted to tell you that you have a very cute baby with amazing eyes...

Hehe thankyou :D I'm still trying to figure out my camera actually, so no shots yet ...


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