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goomer Dec 5, 2008 12:55 AM

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That look is "Crap, Winter is here and you won't go outside...so now your going to follow me around with that camera"...and she's right :-)

Walter_S Dec 5, 2008 6:11 AM

goomer wrote:
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...your going to follow me around with that camera"...

And that is not the worst you can do, goomer!



I think its a great portrait with a good expression. The lighting is superb,maybe just a bit on the light and cool side.

Good eye-contact and DOF just right. If anything, you could have left some more air under her chin and not to have cut off the top. Maybe a portrait-format would be more suitable?

Good shot!

:o)


mtclimber Dec 13, 2008 7:10 PM

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For me at least Goomer-

It has a nice feel to it. We too were cooped up with mixed rain and snow all day. Here is the photo that I took of my husband.

Sarah Joyce

hercules Dec 14, 2008 4:00 AM

Very nice potrait shot i like it:cool:

duallypilot Aug 27, 2009 1:04 PM

She has some very intense blue eyes which you capture with perfection! Great job

Ordo Aug 27, 2009 2:03 PM

Letís tweak!
Software: IrfanView (thanks simple!).

http://i32.tinypic.com/29bkeb7.jpg

. Sharpening the eyes (different for right and left, cause the eyes are never the same) which are the most important issue in a portrait, I guess.
. Sharpening the lips, cause your wife is a beautiful woman -that you surely donít deserve, like I donít deserve mine- and the lips are important in a womanís portrait. Ask her.
. Playing around with color corrections. Going just a little to the dark.

Respectfully yours.


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