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    Random shoot Talisa

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    Re: Random shoot Talisa

    Hi Rick, is this for critique? Or show and tell?

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    Re: Random shoot Talisa

    Hallo Both I wanna have some feedback, because i'am a beginner.
    This picture is made out of three different shots its differently adapted in photoshop

    Maybe this helps if the files are bigger posted.

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    Last edited by Rick T; 26th February 2012 at 02:42 PM.

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    Re: Random shoot Talisa

    Ok Rick,
    I'm no expert, but from my journeyman perspective, the b&w version you posted is best - assuming this is a photo of the woman, and not the scarf
    The vivid colors and pattern of the scarf distract from the woman.
    Do you like the way the shadows are on the woman's face? Depending on the intent of the photo, I might prefer a little less contrast myself.
    Technically I like the photo - sharp and good exposure, and I like the catchlight in her eyes.

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    Re: Random shoot Talisa

    Tnx Speedneeder.
    Yes i do like the contrast for me it give al little bit mysterie i agree is makes the skin little bit hars surtenly by photo1
    But i dont like the skin to be flat like a barby pop^^

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    Re: Random shoot Talisa

    So long as the scarf isn't the primary object, the B&W version is way the best. The blue tint seems a bit sinister and the colour one seems a bit bland. Just an opinion of course!

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    Re: Random shoot Talisa

    The full colour version for me, Rick.
    I feel the eye sockets look too imbalanced (with one too dark and distracting) in the mono versions.
    The full colour version is more forgiving in this repect.

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    Re: Random shoot Talisa

    I thought I like the colour in the smaller version but when posted in a larger version I prefer the B&W. I think with the colour version, because the scarf is the same colour as your model's eyes, it stops her eyes from really standing out and drawing your attention to her.

    One suggestion though - I'd suggest a slight clockwise rotation as I think her eyes and the line of the scarf aren't quite horizontal.

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