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Old May 20, 2013, 1:58 PM   #1
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Default Adorable couple (FZ150)

Difficult light, cropped, hand held:

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Nice couple shot Alex.

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Hi Alex,

You can help the light problem with a little PP in Photoshop ... use the shadow/highlights filter.

Hope you don't mind, here's a quick sample. ... Jack
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Thank you Jack for the excellent work in PP!
I wanted to keep an atmosphere of gloom to enhance the parties tenderly illuminated by the rays of the sun filtered through the foliage.
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Thank you Jack for the excellent work in PP!
I wanted to keep an atmosphere of gloom to enhance the parties tenderly illuminated by the rays of the sun filtered through the foliage.
OK Alex,

Point taken I understand, and I like the concept. ... Jack
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