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Feb 18, 2008 17:07 |  #1

Here is a photo of my sone I took the other day, I tried a different style of post processing on it. I like it but wanted to see what you think.

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Feb 19, 2008 06:46 |  #2

For me it is a little too dark on the vigetting and it could do with a closer crop...


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Feb 19, 2008 06:55 |  #3

I agree with PG07- also the skin tones look kind of "muddy" but possibly with ligtening the pic that would also compensate itself.


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Feb 19, 2008 07:22 |  #4

Nice photo but I agree with the other.. I would crop it in a little also.. Nice work in general though.. :)


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