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Dec 09, 2009 05:55 |  #1

found this shot and converted it to the edge of contrast. i am not sure she'd like that :-) but i got her permission to do whatever i want :-)
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Dec 09, 2009 05:58 |  #2

This is just my opinion, but the face is way too bright, needs a bit more tone to it.


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Dec 09, 2009 22:04 |  #3

maybe it is. i went for pale look
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Dec 11, 2009 11:47 |  #4

beautiful


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Dec 11, 2009 12:03 |  #5

very nice


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Dec 11, 2009 12:54 |  #6

i like it.


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Dec 11, 2009 13:21 |  #7

I like the shot but I have to agree, her face doesn't look pale, it just looks blown out. Otherwise it's a fantastic shot though.


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Dec 12, 2009 04:36 |  #8

saikit wrote in post #9177581 (external link)
beautiful

ann-mom wrote in post #9177677 (external link)
very nice

4g63 wrote in post #9178020 (external link)
i like it.

mensur wrote in post #9178214 (external link)
I like the shot but I have to agree, her face doesn't look pale, it just looks blown out. Otherwise it's a fantastic shot though.

thank you people! original wasnt blown out




  
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Dec 12, 2009 05:03 |  #9

I like it as is Roman


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Dec 12, 2009 14:14 as a reply to  @ Ken Robertson's post |  #10

I like it too. I agree with others though...It is a shade hot upper right. Great capture!


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Dec 12, 2009 23:25 |  #11

Hmm...

What I'm really digging here is the fact that the details of the fishnets were retained. I think that may exacerbate the hotness of the face and arms somewhat. But I'm thinking they are little too "burned out" as well.


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Dec 13, 2009 10:46 |  #12

I like it the way it is, but my eyeballs are conflicted about the contrast between the pattern on her legs and the pale look of her face. But then, any photograph that makes you look twice and study it is a good shot in my book.



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Dec 13, 2009 21:31 |  #13

Ken Robertson wrote in post #9182115 (external link)
I like it as is Roman

thank you ken!

fotojoem wrote in post #9183967 (external link)
I like it too. I agree with others though...It is a shade hot upper right. Great capture!

thanks!

JMHPhotography wrote in post #9186522 (external link)
Hmm...

What I'm really digging here is the fact that the details of the fishnets were retained. I think that may exacerbate the hotness of the face and arms somewhat. But I'm thinking they are little too "burned out" as well.

thank you very much!

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I like it the way it is, but my eyeballs are conflicted about the contrast between the pattern on her legs and the pale look of her face. But then, any photograph that makes you look twice and study it is a good shot in my book.

thanks, something made me stop deleting this shot as soon as she hasnt chosen this one for herself




  
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Dec 13, 2009 23:00 |  #14

Roma, the face is blown and i think theres somethinng with your monitor that makes you feel that this look is merely pale. check it on another screen, man.

the pose is superb!


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Dec 13, 2009 23:16 |  #15

i dont argue, misha. might be blown - edited briefly at laptop
i like her pose too but hands/palms could be better posed




  
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