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    Macro Portrait

    I took this today of my daughter. F 6.3, !/100, 2000 ISO. I was trying to capture a tight portrait with the
    100 mm Macro and get some nice colours to brighten it up. Should I leave the hairs with sit on each cheek, or get rid of them? Any other C&C appreciated also.
    Macro Portrait

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    Re: Macro Portrait

    Hi Wayne,

    I'd clone them out, particularly the one on her left cheek across her eye.

    Good crop/composition.
    I'd tone down the exposure on the hand a tad and if possible, simplify the background, the green, being so pale, distracts somewhat.

    A good start though,

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    Re: Macro Portrait

    Thanks for your feedback Dave. I'll get into it on the weekend.

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