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26/10/2011 - 8:37 PM
Fab Triptech Char, if displayed in this format I would consider 'flipping ' the image on the right. Also, it would be really great if you could make the line on the background of the two outer images be level. Only a nit-pick but I know you won't mind me saying.. I am your favourite sis after all !!!! Sylv XXX
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24/06/2009 - 8:29 AM
24/06/2009 - 7:52 AM
I think that you need to check your saturation, especially the greens on this image. On my screen they are very vivid and your wolf looks pinky. . Very hard to get both the eye and nose in focus but looks like you have achieved this. Worth getting the colours right or even putting it into B & W. Sylv. Don't be offended as I am only being honest & trying to help as I have been helped on this site, many times. Sylv.
05/06/2009 - 10:23 AM
V1 for me. Why not try a tall, narrow crop with just the middle part as the railing will create a really great dramatic feel to it. Hope you don't think i am being cheeky... Thanks for your comment on my fox pic - yes, i made a new layr, desaturated and then erased over the area I wanted the colour in. Sylv.
23/03/2009 - 10:41 AM
08/09/2008 - 8:13 AM
Lovely warm and hence, romantic feel to this. Shadows are great. Would loose the menu on the table under light and perhaps get the bride to look a bit more relaxed-maybe lie the other way,with her head closer to groom with legs outstretched and shoes dangling in left hand. Just a suggestion not a fault, please don't take this the wrong way. Good to be a bit different & put your own stamp on things, Sylv.
08/05/2008 - 8:27 AM