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richliow

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actually its really a nice shot..
maybe u can make it slightly better by PSing until the two men are sharp in focus...

that might make it A+......

currently its only a grade A only :bsmilie:
 

eikin

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nice silhouette, but would prefer a wider frame ... not comfortable with this sepia tone, but that's just me.
 

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richliow said:
actually its really a nice shot..
maybe u can make it slightly better by PSing until the two men are sharp in focus...

that might make it A+......

currently its only a grade A only :bsmilie:
eh..do I go to 'filter' to sharpen in PS? or should I use a bigger aperature when I was taking the photo?
thanks
 

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eikin said:
nope. i just don't like this particular sepia tone.
yup, I just remembered I PSed it such that the tone is kopi o instead of kopi, it does seems a bit stressful
thanks, should leave it as it was
 

jbma

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Jeanette.z said:
thanks! :D
is that true that most pro pp prefer true B&W rather than sepia?
Where did you hear this from? I think it really depend on the photo itself. Some will look great in B&W while others will look good in sepia.
 

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Where did you hear this from? I think it really depend on the photo itself. Some will look great in B&W while others will look good in sepia.
from some photography book but I nv find it true (but then I'm not pro as well)
guess u r right, depend on the mood
 

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