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Old May 31, 2009, 1:36 AM   #1
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These two are close friends of mine and we were at a friends graduation party for which I was asked to be the official photographer. I was very pleased with this particular portrait. Which treatment do you all like the best?
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Old May 31, 2009, 2:21 AM   #2
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My preference, in order, are 1, 3, and 2. 1 is my favorite, and you have captured their personalities well.

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I quite liked the pose... With some pp, say a slight trimmimg from the lefthandside, a high radius sharpening and then some highlight application on the faces, perhaps some clonning for the blown areas, #1 is a keeper imo!
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I agree with bahadir. I hope you don't mind, I took a stab at an edit. One other note - it appears with the really shallow DOF, that the focus point is on the man's face and the woman is slightly out of focus. Here is my edit (a slight bump in saturation, cropped a bit off the left and run through portraiture):

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#1 is a winner. Great Shot
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I agree with bahadir. I hope you don't mind, I took a stab at an edit. One other note - it appears with the really shallow DOF, that the focus point is on the man's face and the woman is slightly out of focus. Here is my edit (a slight bump in saturation, cropped a bit off the left and run through portraiture):

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