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Old Apr 6, 2008, 7:03 AM   #21
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Nice one Ed ... Regan is very photogenic, and certainly not intimidated by the camera, nor should she be with Gramps behind it, I'm sure that helps her relaxed pose. ... Jack.
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Nice one Ed ... Regan is very photogenic, and certainly not intimidated by the camera, nor should she be with Gramps behind it, I'm sure that helps her relaxed pose. ... Jack.
She gravitates towards any camera Jack! Seems to like being photographed!

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Old Apr 6, 2008, 10:58 AM   #23
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Good capture. Looks soft overall which is not a bad thing, but the hair detail on her right side (left side as we view it) is really looking like it was smeared.
You may be right. I believe that is due to the shallow DoF. I have no clue of the F stop of the image as it has been stripped of the details.

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I like this one (looks zero pp) than the other one

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Thanks Tom and Daniel...Heavy PP on this as in the other...Not as much really needed for this one. Here is the original and the EXIF is left intact. The smearing or blurring of the hair is a Blur Vignette! I used it to bring more attention to the face and eyes. Keep it up Guys as I value your opinions a lot!


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Old Apr 6, 2008, 3:56 PM   #24
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You did a great job with this Dawg. The close focused crop, "fill light," and black and white have created a totally different photo than what you started with. I really like your final version.

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You did a great job with this Dawg. The close focused crop, "fill light," and black and white have created a totally different photo than what you started with. I really like your final version.

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Thank you Tim. The final version is what I had in mind when shooting this!

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