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|Hey everyone, still learning new techniques for my post processing. I haven't done a whole lot of Portrait photography but have been inspired by all the shots on TL. I thought I'd revisit this photo as I never really liked the textures and overall look of the photo, I just really liked her smile. Here I thought I did a much better job cleaning up the image and thought I'd share with you. Critiques please! Thanks for the look.|
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In my opinio, this portrait well accomplished.
It is has some blurring but your model has good eye contact and natural big smile.
Thank you for sharing us.
Compared to the original version, this one shows a good managing of P/P techniques.
In my opinion you could however try to add more contrast in the low part of the lip whose tone is too much similar to chin.
- [2009-06-27 15:58]
Very natural portrait here.
Well captured and presented in black and white.
- [2009-06-30 11:03]
This portrait shines like a sunny day. Excellent face expression, good sharpness and a delicate b/w work.