Baby's stare


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My niece was staring at me while I was talking some photos outside the window..so i decided to take her photo..

 

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ooo nice big eyes.
too bad for the reflection.
pic seems a bit underexposed and the wb seems off.
 

munkey

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What did you do to distort her original facade?
Im guessing Curves, Contrast, Desaturate, USM filter?

Oh dear. Thats like an overkill i say.
 

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ooo nice big eyes.
too bad for the reflection.
pic seems a bit underexposed and the wb seems off.
thanks..which reflection are you referring to?
did some post processing to bring out more the details, curves, hair, shades of the face
 

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What did you do to distort her original facade?
Im guessing Curves, Contrast, Desaturate, USM filter?

Oh dear. Thats like an overkill i say.

thanks...is it overkill? i did a couple of things..high pass filter, usm, layer multiply..
there is this workflow..which brings out the details, curves, outline of a face..
 

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no offence but is it the PP or does your niece have alot of hair??

the skin tone doesn't look natural to me and it doesn't seem to have the glow that I would imagine a baby would have?
 

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no offence but is it the PP or does your niece have alot of hair??

the skin tone doesn't look natural to me and it doesn't seem to have the glow that I would imagine a baby would have?

My sentiments exact. Overkill i say.
 

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yup..she does have quite alot of hair..well maybe this technique does not work for babies.. maybe better for glamour shots..
thanks
 

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