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Stoned

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A simple portrait of one of my theatre group members. Comments/Critique appreciated.

 

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this pretty like this pic very much :thumbsup:
 

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great composition and detail on her face. Nice Depth of field to draw the attention to her face.

My one little nitpick... is that a strand of fallen hair on her left eye just above the glasses? ;p
 

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oops. yes it is. better run it through PS later. :sweatsm: Thanks for pointing it out.
 

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merkava74 said:
great composition and detail on her face. Nice Depth of field to draw the attention to her face.

My one little nitpick... is that a strand of fallen hair on her left eye just above the glasses? ;p

Yes, I had the same problem. I thought it was something on my screen, but it's in the image.

Other than that, this photo really shows character. :)
 

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A square crop then? Hmm thanks for the suggestion. Crud I really need to start shooting real 6x6 soon.
 

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I've cropped it into the sq format. Also done some minor retouching. Better? Play spot the difference :bsmilie:
 

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the square format works very well, removing the space on the left side is a good move as it doesn't contribute anything as seen from the first picture.

btw the cloning around the cheek area not that smooth yet :p
 

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like the 1st pic without cropping...gd compo
 

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eikin said:
the square format works very well, removing the space on the left side is a good move as it doesn't contribute anything as seen from the first picture.

btw the cloning around the cheek area not that smooth yet :p
Guess that's what comes from a two-minute job
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I'll probably clone the area properly before sending it for printing. Are the words on the glasses very distracting though? I have mixed feelings about those.
 

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Stoned said:
Guess that's what comes from a two-minute job
:bsmilie:

I'll probably clone the area properly before sending it for printing. Are the words on the glasses very distracting though? I have mixed feelings about those.
i see i see :bsmilie:

the words on the specs do distract but it's not too major a 'fault' , just kind of a pity that the glasses aren't clear. but you have to remove the words' shadows too if you're cloning them away ;)
 

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but you have to remove the words' shadows too if you're cloning them away ;)
Oh crud, that's a very good point. Thanks for pointing that out.
 

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