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Uploaded: November 13, 2006

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Exif: FNumber: 4, ExposureBiasValue: 0/2, ExposureTime: 1.66666666666667E-02, Flash: flash fired, ISO: 400, WhiteBalance: auto white balance

Comments

Lavone Vannoy January 01, 2007

Great use of the blur Heather. It gives a 3D look to the photograph. Very unique- I think it's cool! The light placement is good as well. :)

Happy New Year! #580901

Heather E. Lupo January 02, 2007

Thanks so much Lavone! I had a lot of fun with this family... they were so open to letting me experiment. We all had a great time with this shoot...

:) ~Heather #3774353

Jessica Hughes January 03, 2007

This is wonderful. I lik story telling photographs like this.
Did you use a lens baby to get this effect or is it post processing? Looks great. :) #3776167

Heather E. Lupo January 03, 2007

Thanks Jessica... I used a post processing filter - Gaussian Blurr, in Adobe CS2. I just added and subtracted different percentages of the blurr until I got the look I was going for.

I just looked through your whole gallery -- You are such a talented photographer with so many fresh and new ideas. I wish I had discovered your gallery earlier on -- I have saved your gallery in my favorites and will be back often to look for new additions.

Have a great day! :)

~Heather #3776250

Jessica Hughes January 03, 2007

Thank you, Heather. :) #3776432

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