Chasing a Dream


jk1881

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1. In which area is critique or feedback to be given?
Lighting and exposure
2. What were you hoping to achieve with this image?
Capturing the moment of happinese
3. Under what circumstance was the picture taken? (physical conditions/emotions)
11am undershade
4. Thread-starter's personal thoughts about the image.
looking for her dream
 

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Sispecho

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Clementi
#3
bro click on
'ALL sizes'

Then go Large, then u can see the URL....
 

Sispecho

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Clementi
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i mean do it on flickr, then oonce you see the URL, try postin again...
 

johnlim

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Hi jk1881, I like this photo, it's lovely. For this kind of backlighting situation, the camera will underexposed to preserve details. The spraying water at the background should not look gray, but should be somewhere near white as the sun is shining from behind.

Also, expect some of the highlights(reflections) from the childrens' body to be pure white(burn out) when you edit the photo. MOst of the data should be shifted to the right hand side of the histogram if you adjust the brightness and exposure to get the spraying water look brighter. As a rough idea, it should look something like this (I add a little warm & color):

 

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jk1881

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thanks for the comment and editing
i try to do that myself but i not very good at PS
 

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