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    Sorrow

    Hi ,here is another one, comments and critic are welcome.
    Sorrow
    Sadness by Pibe14, on Flickr
    camera Nikon D90
    Exposure 0.025 sec (1/40)
    Aperture f/3.2
    Focal Length 175 mm
    ISO Speed 160
    Exposure Bias 0 EV
    Flash No Flash

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    Re: Sorrow

    So much is revealed in the eyes of this beautiful child. Another wonderful and moving image, Miguel.

    Sergio

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    Re: Sorrow

    Hi Miguel,

    It is a good picture, as was the other one.

    Can I ask if the DoF is all natural, or was it 'helped' in PP with a gradient blur applied from the left edge?

    If I may also suggest being careful with the sharpening - some of her hair is blurred, probably by movement in the 1/40s exposure, while other parts are razor sharp - in particular I would look at the Threshold in use and go a bit lower if noise allows. I think it will, especially if you only sharpen after downsizing to the 1024 width.

    Cheers,
    Last edited by Dave Humphries; 23rd March 2013 at 06:07 PM.

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    Re: Sorrow

    Quote Originally Posted by unmerited View Post
    So much is revealed in the eyes of this beautiful child. Another wonderful and moving image, Miguel.

    Sergio
    Hi Sergio, Thanks for your comments.
    Regards
    Miguel

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    Re: Sorrow

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Hi Miguel,

    It is a good picture, as was the other one.

    Can I ask if the DoF is all natural, or was it 'helped' in PP with a gradient blur applied from the left edge?

    If I may also suggest being careful with the sharpening - some of her hair is blurred, probably by movement in the 1/40s exposure, while other parts are razor sharp - in particular I would look at the Threshold in use and go a bit lower if noise allows. I think it will, especially if you only sharpen after downsizing to the 1024 width.

    Cheers,
    Hi Dave, Part of the dof is natural and it was increased with the help of Snapseed.
    Thanks for your suggestion, I really appreciate this.
    Regards
    Miguel

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