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Old Sep 14, 2014, 6:49 AM   #1
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Old Sep 14, 2014, 4:56 PM   #2
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Another one with > 200 views and no feedback for you
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I find it a difficult image to comment upon - the two poses and the two ladies - to my eye don't seem to match & compliment each other

My eye goes between the two faces - and the left person does not look as comfortable as the body pose seems to suggest - and the right persons white skirt seems to have some funny lumps and ruffles that to me, take away from the beaut lines of the torso and legs

The pp with vignetting & blur - I'm not sure about ... could it have been a bit lighter? I dunno

Still - I'll give you 10/10 for the image as your efforts are always much better than mine in this regard

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It is a very interesting effect.

The color is very luxurious on my Fujitsu A6110 (has the enhanced color graphics feature option) and with the diffused background/back drop, the photo actually looks like a painting. In its own way, it is actually beautiful (and I dont say that often about anything).

I think you're on to something (and whatever it is, it seems lots better than run-of-mill HDR).
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Really like your work, wish I was up to your level of photographic art.
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Really like your work, wish I was up to your level of photographic art.
Thank you... That says a lot
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It is a very interesting effect.

The color is very luxurious on my Fujitsu A6110 (has the enhanced color graphics feature option) and with the diffused background/back drop, the photo actually looks like a painting. In its own way, it is actually beautiful (and I dont say that often about anything).

I think you're on to something (and whatever it is, it seems lots better than run-of-mill HDR).
I'm glad you noticed that...
The image does have some HDR effect from the OnOne plug-in, and some monitor does show this

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Hi Phil,

I really appreciate this!

You notice things that I would have otherwise:

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... I find it a difficult image to comment upon - the two poses and the two ladies - to my eye don't seem to match & compliment each other
->One explanation for this was I shot with a 300mm so was quite far to direct the ladies so they tend to 'free-flow'. I might get a walkie talkie for the next shoot to correct this.

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- and the right persons white skirt seems to have some funny lumps and ruffles that to me, take away from the beaut lines of the torso and legs
-> Duly noted. I think this was because Melissa was twisting on the ground from previous shots. That how her dress was messed up and also pickup some dirt which I just now noticed thank to you

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