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    subtly Eye sigh
    Taken with K10D f/2.4 1/60s ISO 200

    let me know how i can to better this shot? flash or cropping.

    thanks.
    Last edited by Snowywolf; 10th April 2008 at 07:03 PM. Reason: replaced picture

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    love the fingers creeping into the frame, it keeps the viewer glued to the face,its features....flash may not help,but cropping will

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    Quote Originally Posted by newlife View Post
    love the fingers creeping into the frame, it keeps the viewer glued to the face,its features....flash may not help,but cropping will
    Thanks Newlife
    you've mentioned about cropping, may i know how it might better improve the shot?
    do you mean that i have to change the way it's cropped?

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    mswolf actually ur pic is a extreme close shot,anymore cropping wud destroy the, creeping into frame fingers, that i like just kidding...i think there is too much hair on the right,if u like, crop it watever u want show the viewer, u need to enlarge so i guess it all boils down to wat kind of pic u want to show the viewer photography is communicating with the viewer,ur likes and dislikes....through pics.....every pic i like to watch,listen,and enjoy......rules are secondary
    Last edited by newlife; 13th April 2008 at 01:39 PM.

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    i try :



    with orton




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    Quote Originally Posted by newlife View Post
    mswolf actually ur pic is a extreme close shot,anymore cropping wud destroy the, creeping into frame fingers, that i like just kidding...i think there is too much hair on the right,if u like, crop it watever u want show the viewer, u need to enlarge so i guess it all boils down to wat kind of pic u want to show the viewer photography is communicating with the viewer,ur likes and dislikes....through pics.....every pic i like to watch,listen,and enjoy......rules are secondary
    thanks -smiles-

    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    i try :



    with orton

    oh.. i see, that's the kind of cropping?
    hmm.. a bit odd?
    -shrugs-
    feels a bit tight now?
    -shrugs-
    but thanks!

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    i like the original pic without cropping. in two minds though about the fingers at bottom left. would have liked to either clone them away, or show more of the hand. focus seems more on the lips than on the eyes, should get some catchlights in the eyes if the eyes were in focus, i feel. still, an admirable effort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    i like the original pic without cropping. in two minds though about the fingers at bottom left. would have liked to either clone them away, or show more of the hand. focus seems more on the lips than on the eyes, should get some catchlights in the eyes if the eyes were in focus, i feel. still, an admirable effort.
    thanks Zaren for your kind words..
    still learning from all of you ..
    -deep blushes-

    i was thinking the picture could be brighter..
    i think i didnt use flash for this..
    dont really like to use flash..
    Last edited by eikin; 13th April 2008 at 10:54 PM. Reason: remove OT

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