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Old 03-16-2005, 07:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Something on the artistic side of things. Comments welcome.



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Old 03-16-2005, 11:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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My quick $0.02, the fact the eyeball itself was completely in color was a slight distraction to the rest of the image, my quick exhausted edits here. Perhaps a little bit of tweeking on the skin needed, nothing stepford wife porcelain skin needed, but the little tweeks imho.





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Old 03-17-2005, 07:39 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Yes, I've done the eyes that way before also, where only the colored part of the eye was done and this time chose to give it a different look. As for the skin, I avoided over doing too much to it due to the complaints by some of those here who don't like to see too much photoshop, even there are other photos that get posted that obviously have a lot done to them. But what you have done looks good.

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It\'s hard for me to not ask opinions.
Old 03-17-2005, 09:39 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I am being taught some photoshop and photography things. When I ask John his opinion on stuff, The things I am being reminded of constantly are, I'll paste it here for you to see the exact words because I would fudge it up trying to say it myself;
"It doesn't matter what anyone else thinks as long as the client is satisfied. If the image you create is what a client will happily pay you for, you have successfully done your job. Now If you are going for your own artistic style or look, do it the way that pleases your eye the most. It's YOUR style, so work it the way you see fit."

To me it's hard to not want opinions because I just don't know what I like and dislike yet. But it's so neat seeing the pics I take. It's a whole new stress level for me right up until I see the finished pics. I have so much fun doing this it's hard to describe it.
I just finished reading three books on lighting and composition and things.( OMG you ever see pics by a guy named ANSEL ADAMS?) I have eleven more to go and then some real life trials to see if I picked up anything from the books, before I am going to start posting my pics again on here. This stuff is so addicting!

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Re: It\'s hard for me to not ask opinions.
Old 03-17-2005, 12:41 PM   #5 (permalink)
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OMG you ever see pics by a guy named ANSEL ADAMS?

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isn't he the guy who makes beer? the ansel adams brewery? or is that samuel adams?

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Re: It\'s hard for me to not ask opinions.
Old 03-17-2005, 06:46 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Thanks for your views on this Marty. When it comes to creating art or photography for a client or customer, you are right about how there is a need to satisfy them to get what they want. But when it comes to someone who is new to learning things like this, it is probably similar to a student being taught how to create the art or photography in a classroom environment who has not yet devoloped there own style yet and has a need to learn more about how to do this. So getting opinions or actual knowledge on how to use a camera, lighting a paint brush or even photoshop can be helpful to those who are still in the learning stages and then that person will develop there own style with it eventually. When it is something that you enjoy doing it can be rather addicting.
Yes I have seen photography by Ansel Adams. His work is impressive to many people who see it.
Keep posting when you can, I think that many people here like to see what you come up with.

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