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Portrait was taken with 2 studio lights with Soft box then background changed in Photoshop after some post processing.
Sorry I attached the wrong link on a wrong image and don't know how to remove it!! My apology.
Great presentation V1...Can I just say,the arm looks thinner,but the head looks wider............John
Hi John, First of all thank you for pointing it out but that could be because of 2 reasons, 1 the image has been starched to fit the box to give a side view look and the 2nd is naturally the curved part from the arm has been removed!! tell you the truth I could have shrink the face too but then her face would change, which I wanted to avoid. Do you have any suggestion to have everything right! please.
Once again thank you. I believe you are talking about the image with box.
I do like the presentation and the work thats gone in to this, well done.
Clever stuff indeed, but as others have said the perspective has made the head look wider than I think it perhaps should. But I can appreciate the work put into the image and I think the problem could be fixed very easily.....Just an opinion of course.
Nice workmanship. Clever idea.
Many thanks all for kind comments and help.
@ Ade, I really would appreciate if you could repost after correcting and explain how you did. look forward to it.
Another lovely piece of work the colours blend so well and the lighting looks great. The head to me looks fine I wouldn't have noticed the scale. I just like it.
All the best John.
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