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leedogg3

228 posts

53 months

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James Jan by leedogg2, on Flickr

I know the focus should be on the eyes but it was a rushed effort in the last of the natural light, but I really liked the pic!

Nickccc

1,682 posts

134 months

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Taken a few years ago in Cuba

PGD5

1,069 posts

69 months

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GFWilliams

4,506 posts

93 months

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PGD5 said:
Great shots Phil thumbup

utgjon

275 posts

59 months

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Can't decide which I prefer, so I thought I'd post both...



Lady in the Country (Colour) by JeanLeSaint, on Flickr


Lady in the Country by JeanLeSaint, on Flickr




Colour or B/W?!
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RobDickinson

16,411 posts

140 months

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I prefer the colour overall but her face is a little over exposed, which look better in the B&W

Stiglet80

4,749 posts

73 months

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Tuesday 7th February 2012 quote quote all
B&w for me too


Only a candid shot but was really chuffed our local media used it as their main/cover photo for the snow coverage


Don't throw it by sj-stephenson, on Flickr

LongQ

10,163 posts

119 months

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Stiglet80 said:
B&w for me too


Only a candid shot but was really chuffed our local media used it as their main/cover photo for the snow coverage


Don't throw it by sj-stephenson, on Flickr
Cracking shot.

Have you a plan in place for when you lad, a couple of years down the road, starts to question your use of his image in so much public material and asks where his cut is?

Don't get me wrong, I think it's great, but kids and the modern world and all that ...... wink



Robbie B

7,155 posts

69 months

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PGD5 said:
That is class. Good work mate.

Stiglet80

4,749 posts

73 months

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Thanks, and oh you must know my son!

He modelled me for me in a studio shoot and was charging me a fiver for the pleasure, his rates then went up half way through the session when he was informed by the studio owner that a fiver wasn't even minimum wage! I text him about making the cover and his reply was "epic" so hopefully I got this shot for free hehe

PGD5

1,069 posts

69 months

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Robbie B said:
PGD5 said:
That is class. Good work mate.
thumbup

chopper602

790 posts

109 months

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Thursday 9th February 2012 quote quote all
Took this of mrsthewife a couple of weeks ago and would like to put it onto a canvas for her, advice needed though, is that tree sprout (out of focus) a little off putting in the middle of the shot? I don't think I'd be able to get rid of it (well I only have iPhoto!)




dibbly dobbler

7,688 posts

83 months

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I would get rid of it if I were you - there's plenty on here who would do it for you but you'd need to send a high res file. If nobody better pipes up I'll have a go for you smile

LongQ

10,163 posts

119 months

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dibbly dobbler said:
I would get rid of it if I were you - there's plenty on here who would do it for you but you'd need to send a high res file. If nobody better pipes up I'll have a go for you smile
Agreed,

The alternative (turning it into a feature) may not go down well wirh the main subject. Or even the tree.

THere is, however, a danger that in about 20 years from now you may look back on this moment and decide that an enhancement of the fuzzy portion, rather than removal, would have been more appropriate. With hindsight.

I would advise keeping the original just in case .... wink

whistle





chopper602

790 posts

109 months

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dibbly dobbler said:
I would get rid of it if I were you - there's plenty on here who would do it for you but you'd need to send a high res file. If nobody better pipes up I'll have a go for you smile
Original RAW is around 11Mb . . .

dibbly dobbler

7,688 posts

83 months

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chopper602 said:
dibbly dobbler said:
I would get rid of it if I were you - there's plenty on here who would do it for you but you'd need to send a high res file. If nobody better pipes up I'll have a go for you smile
Original RAW is around 11Mb . . .
I think that should email ok ? A high quality jpeg would probably be fine depending on how big a print you're after ? It's up to you - pm me if interested, if not no problem smile

LongQ

10,163 posts

119 months

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chopper602 said:
dibbly dobbler said:
I would get rid of it if I were you - there's plenty on here who would do it for you but you'd need to send a high res file. If nobody better pipes up I'll have a go for you smile
Original RAW is around 11Mb . . .
Ah, RAW. Perfect.

11Mb no real problem these days. Think yourslef luck you don't have Nikon D800 (72Mb or thereabouts ... apparently.)

wink


chopper602

790 posts

109 months

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dibbly dobbler said:
pm me if interested, if not no problem smile
You have mail

dibbly dobbler

7,688 posts

83 months

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chopper602 said:
dibbly dobbler said:
pm me if interested, if not no problem smile
You have mail
replied smile

chopper602

790 posts

109 months

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dibbly dobbler said:
replied smile
Excellent work - thanks again

BTW What software did you use?
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