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Dec 27, 2004 08:31 |  #1
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A few pics of the wife, where she should be - cooking in the kitchen. (j/k) Please tell me which one you like best:

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Dec 27, 2004 08:33 |  #2

I like #3 best.


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Dec 27, 2004 08:43 |  #3

Have you thought about putting it in photoshop and then doing a lens blur on the background . My eyes are wondering around. From the aluminum Pan, I guess with a turkey to the open covered door. If you blur out the background, I think it would have more punch.

I think she is gorgeous, and number 1 is my favorite.


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Dec 27, 2004 08:44 |  #4

I think 2, but maybe say something to make her laugh. A really natural belly laugh that will make the eyes sparkle :)


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Dec 27, 2004 09:08 |  #5
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Thanks for the comments guys, keep them coming!

Oviv, Interesting you chose that, I also think that is the best one. I love the expression.

mr. photoguy, I agree about the background... this was a spur-of-the-moment candid on xmas day. I just noticed the interesting foreground of the pies and nice light from the window and said "Pose" and she did.


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Dec 27, 2004 09:24 |  #6

I like #2.

#1 seems to "fashion in the kitchen" and #3 doesn't seem as lighthearted as #2.


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Dec 27, 2004 09:27 as a reply to  @ OneManArmy's post |  #7

OneManArmy wrote:
Thanks for the comments guys, keep them coming!

Oviv, Interesting you chose that, I also think that is the best one. I love the expression.

mr. photoguy, I agree about the background... this was a spur-of-the-moment candid on xmas day. I just noticed the interesting foreground of the pies and nice light from the window and said "Pose" and she did.

you can do a lens blur of the background, it takes some time, but you have to select all around her and the outer edes and then click filter >blur > lens blur. Then you choose the amount that you need.
This is in adobe CS.


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Dec 27, 2004 09:40 |  #8

#2 for me.... dnt know why i like it better of the lot


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Dec 27, 2004 09:44 |  #9

i like #3 the best


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Dec 27, 2004 09:52 as a reply to  @ mr.photoguy's post |  #10
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mr.photoguy wrote:
you can do a lens blur of the background, it takes some time, but you have to select all around her and the outer edes and then click filter >blur > lens blur. Then you choose the amount that you need.
This is in adobe CS.

Thanks, I'll give it a try...


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Dec 27, 2004 10:06 as a reply to  @ OneManArmy's post |  #11

#1 (probably because of how her hair is falling), and you're right mr. photoguy, she IS gorgeous! Good for you, OMA! ;)


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Dec 27, 2004 10:15 |  #12
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#1 all the way.




  
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Dec 27, 2004 10:20 as a reply to  @ cmM's post |  #13

I want to see one of you cooking, posted by your wife :p

I can't pick, I liked them all in their own way, but if I was forced would probably go for #1


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Dec 27, 2004 10:43 as a reply to  @ bachscuttler's post |  #14
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bachscuttler wrote:
I want to see one of you cooking, posted by your wife :p

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Dec 27, 2004 11:32 |  #15

Love them all. What treasures! Be sure to print them and put them in the family album. Some day she will treasure them too, even if she might be annoyed with you now (esp for the comment above).


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