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Old Sep 4, 2005, 6:42 PM   #1
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i had to bribe her...the smile cost extra.
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Old Sep 4, 2005, 8:04 PM   #2
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Very pretty young lady, The teeth look a bit on the yellow green side on my monitor? Could be just me though. Very nice though!
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Old Sep 4, 2005, 8:31 PM   #3
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Cute little girl, definitely. I get the same greenish look to the teeth, and overall it seems as if the colors are a bit oversaturated. I think I would lighten up the shadows a touch, then desaturate a little and shift hue a bit to the cool end.

style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #000000"The smile is worth whatever it cost for the bribe.:-)

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Old Sep 4, 2005, 9:12 PM   #4
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geez, they 're not like that on my monitor- better invest in some crest white strips....is this any better?
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i prefer the white balance and exposure on the edited version.. do watch your cropping though, itfeels a little awkward with part of her back cropped off...
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Color is much more natural looking now. Could you be using Adobe rgb colorspace? This gives different colors when viewed in sRGB. One way to get an idea of what others will see is to use ''browser preview" when in image editor. This will switch to the color space of your browser (almost always sRGB) temporarily, to let you adjust for posting to web.

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Old Sep 5, 2005, 9:31 AM   #7
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thank you for your helpful comments. so much to learn with this digital stuff!* i have found that when i edit images it looks different when i post here, but not on other webpage. i think i was overcompensating. i still have a lot to learn. on top of that i accidentally overexposed a bit- happy to get her to sit for me- forgetting to look at camera settings, lol. i'll try again soon.
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