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Time to rip one to shreds
Old 09-19-2004, 10:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay, I don't put many up for critique, but give my opinions quite frequently, now it's your turn to give yours to me. Don't worry about being gentle.

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Old 09-20-2004, 01:27 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Dark, aren't they? And trees that need blurring either with open aperture or in PS. (much harder)
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Took another look. Hot spot to left of left pic and to the right of right pic, plus nose on the left pic.
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They are both too small. I had that pointed out to me when I started posting here from my GG portfolio. They are on the dark side and could have used some fill flash to help brighten up your model a little. The light on her nose would be less noticable with the added flash. Here's my small picture for today also. From my GG portfolio. You can post a bigger one from a photo hosting site like ImageShack.com.



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Thanks for the info on image shack. Both of these shots were done with availble light without using photoshop. Thanks for you comments.

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I guess they are a bit dark. I tried to elimanate the hot spots in the locations that you said, but, it's a bit more diffacult without the aid of a computer program, or a computer at all (film based shooting and normal fiber based prints.) Anyways, as far as the trees being more blurred, I'll keep that in mind next time I shoot, it's a good idea. Thanks for your input.

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