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    Smell the roses without texture

    Was trying to get sharpness, good monotones, would like comments.....I know the shadow on shirt is a bit dark, but I don't mind it....will have to try bouncing light off a white board next time

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    Re: Smell the roses without texture

    I like this version MUCH better, Nat.
    It's almost "high-key"... her eyes look much better and brighter in this rendition, as well.
    Very nice! Thanks for sharing it.

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    Re: Smell the roses without texture

    Quote Originally Posted by Nat View Post
    Was trying to get sharpness, good monotones, would like comments.....I know the shadow on shirt is a bit dark, but I don't mind it....will have to try bouncing light off a white board next time

    Smell the roses without texture
    Beautiful Nat ... what a gorgeous girl. A lovely image and I dont mind the shadow either, although you could try to lighten it slightly to see your preference. The tones are nice as is the colour of the flower, but I might be tempted to do a slight crop of the top of her head. Other than that, a fabulous shot well done.

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    Re: Smell the roses without texture

    Awww. She's a cute kid. Good picture for my opinion!

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    Re: Smell the roses without texture

    Thank you all! I tried to lighten the shadow with the dodge tool, but was unhappy with it...I think it needs to be addressed in the original shoot.....I will try again later with layers, and the mask tool......

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