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Which PP "works"...?

 
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Apr 26, 2010 16:19 |  #1

I am working on a few more pics from the series i took... I am trying out different PP and not sure which one works and which doesn't... what do you think?

IMAGE: http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4052/4549299795_dedca732a8.jpg
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IMAGE: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3390/4555313033_af47332d13.jpg

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Apr 26, 2010 16:31 |  #2

I'm going with the middle one, I think it reflects the moment.


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Apr 26, 2010 16:33 |  #3

I like either of the first two, the third is discoloring the skin a bit too much.


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Apr 26, 2010 16:54 |  #4

I like the middle shot the most, but the PP on the first.


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Apr 27, 2010 22:43 |  #5

the second, and maybe the thrid. some tilt wouldve helped, i think.




  
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Apr 27, 2010 22:53 |  #6

Since this is a question about PP and not about poses, I think it would have helped to use the same image but different PP techniques (I would go with #2 if you try this). Not actually that crazy about any of them; #1 looks like SOOC, #2 looks kind of weird, #3 is okay but seems too warm. What about trying some softening (minus clarity) and more of a vintage look?


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Apr 28, 2010 03:41 |  #7

#2... but I like desaturated pictures.


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Apr 28, 2010 08:47 |  #8

fullcity wrote in post #10079734 (external link)
Since this is a question about PP and not about poses, I think it would have helped to use the same image but different PP techniques (I would go with #2 if you try this). Not actually that crazy about any of them; #1 looks like SOOC, #2 looks kind of weird, #3 is okay but seems too warm. What about trying some softening (minus clarity) and more of a vintage look?

I agree with this.




  
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