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Phil R. Cook 1/16/2007 9:03:01 PM

Nice photograph,

It seems like you are using a soft focus lens on your photos which is ok don't get me wrong but if you really want a real eye catcher try zeroing in on a focal point that will be clear and then soft on the edges.Also if possible use a soft back fill lighting to get rid of the shadow effect.keep up the good work... #589236

Marie Moyers 1/17/2007 3:07:04 PM

Phil,
Thanks for the comment. Several people has suggested that I dont photoshop my work so much.... but I do it to this level because it is what I like.

All the softening, shadows, were done in photoshop. I dodged and burned the photo, used gausian blurr on it.
It is a personal preferrence that I like in my photos.

If you look at the before picture there is no shadows. To me that is Boring!

To see more of my over-photoshoped work, go to PhotoBunnyOnline.com #3831625

Marie Moyers 1/17/2007 3:15:16 PM

Phil,
Thanks for the comment. Several people has suggested that I dont photoshop my work so much.... but I do it to this level because it is what I like.

All the softening, shadows, were done in photoshop. I dodged and burned the photo, used gausian blurr on it. Then I erase it clear, and infocus on the face, eyes lips, nose, etc.

It is a personal preferrence that I like in my photos.

If you look at the before picture there is no shadows. To me that is Boring!
I have spent a lot of time and $$ learning how to over-photoshop work so that it does not look like ever Joe Smoe out there.

To see more of my over-photoshoped work, go to PhotoBunnyOnline.com #3831645

Marie Moyers 1/17/2007 3:15:32 PM

Phil,
Thanks for the comment. Several people has suggested that I dont photoshop my work so much.... but I do it to this level because it is what I like.

All the softening, shadows, were done in photoshop. I dodged and burned the photo, used gausian blurr on it. Then I erase it clear, and infocus on the face, eyes lips, nose, etc.

It is a personal preferrence that I like in my photos.

If you look at the before picture there is no shadows. To me that is Boring!
I have spent a lot of time and $$ learning how to over-photoshop work so that it does not look like ever Joe Smoe out there.

To see more of my over-photoshoped work, go to PhotoBunnyOnline.com #3831647

Phil R. Cook 1/17/2007 5:40:18 PM

good work on the photos.My self I havn't had a chance to play with the photoshop program being in the military I am busy aot.when you get a chance take a look at my photos and let me know what you think. #3832041

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Exif: FNumber: 5, ExposureBiasValue: 0/6, ExposureTime: 1.66666666666667E-02, Flash: flash fired, ISO: 100, WhiteBalance: auto white balance

Uploaded on 12/21/2006 6:01:15 PM

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Camera: Nikon D200 Digital SLR Camera


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