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Swedson May 19, 2006 2:58 PM

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It was a quick shot. Unfortunately I couldn't get it little sharper. The worst thing is that It is very difficult to get a pose like this from him . Could you take this challenge and give this picture in a better appearence?
If you need high resolution, download it from http://rapidshare.de/files/20877283/Robin.jpg.html

Stevekin May 19, 2006 4:49 PM

http://static.flickr.com/54/149476221_c912d02ed2_o.jpg

Unfortunately I have had problems gettingfiles from that site before, no different this time :roll:

This is the best I can do with such a small file size :sad:

kenmck15 May 19, 2006 6:08 PM

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yes, not much res to play with

i decided to play up th eblur a lil as when i sharpened the image it tended to look real fake. So i increased blur, tried to add a slight dreamy look to it, increased highlights to try compliment this and blurred backing to give a greater impression tht the subject appears sharper

VTphotog May 19, 2006 10:03 PM

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Also can't access original. I didn't fix the overexposed ear as Stevekin did (nice job there) but just gave it a quick pass with Image Analyzer. May have overdone it a touch.

brian

Boily May 19, 2006 11:02 PM

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After 1 min playing with the softening and sharpening tool!!



Swedson May 20, 2006 2:47 AM

Good Job Stevekin.
After you click on the link, click 'Free' then wait for 20 seconds to get the link for downloading.

Stevekin wrote:
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Unfortunately I have had problems gettingfiles from that site before, no different this time :roll:

This is the best I can do with such a small file size :sad:

Swedson May 20, 2006 2:50 AM

I like your job too. It looks like taken with a Diffuser filter! Thanks man!

kenmck15 wrote:
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yes, not much res to play with

i decided to play up th eblur a lil as when i sharpened the image it tended to look real fake. So i increased blur, tried to add a slight dreamy look to it, increased highlights to try compliment this and blurred backing to give a greater impression tht the subject appears sharper

Swedson May 20, 2006 2:52 AM

Thanks brian. I didn't know that so much could be done with a photo. I never really worked with Photoshop (Even though I have the book and program) or any other programs. Please let me know where I can upload large files.


VTphotog wrote:
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Also can't access original. I didn't fix the overexposed ear as Stevekin did (nice job there) but just gave it a quick pass with Image Analyzer. May have overdone it a touch.

brian

Swedson May 20, 2006 2:55 AM

That was quick! Thanks a lot!

Boily wrote:
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After 1 min playing with the softening and sharpening tool!!



bigdawg May 20, 2006 6:29 PM

Clone out the speck in the hair!


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