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AnneWorner 9 620 43 United States
18 Feb 2013 3:13PM
Nice expression captured here.

The areas in the upper left and especially lower left are way too dark, and although one does not need to see all detail, I think the extreme dark has made it appear that her hand has been amputated at the knuckles.

Anne

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KDC 4 5 6 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2013 7:54PM

Quote:Nice expression captured here.

The areas in the upper left and especially lower left are way too dark, and although one does not need to see all detail, I think the extreme dark has made it appear that her hand has been amputated at the knuckles.

Anne



Sorry Anne, I have a Dell U2711(Digital) monitor running at 2560X1440 resolution, with a preset of Adobe RGB.
What I see is rather different to what other monitors show.
I have uploaded a version that might appear clearer after being downsized?

Keith.
AnneWorner 9 620 43 United States
18 Feb 2013 8:20PM
Keith, that does look a lot better. My monitor is a Dell 2209WA - I've calibrated with Spyder4 Pro - when I look at the bottom of this page at the row of 16 black and white squares I see distinctly each tone.

Anne
KDC 4 5 6 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2013 8:27PM

Quote:Keith, that does look a lot better. My monitor is a Dell 2209WA - I've calibrated with Spyder4 Pro - when I look at the bottom of this page at the row of 16 black and white squares I see distinctly each tone.

Anne



Thank you Anne, I think I will see if I can find this "Spyder4 Pro" you mension. Grin

Regards,
Keith.
18 Feb 2013 9:03PM
Very lovely+++
Griff2012 4 363 1 United Kingdom
1 Mar 2013 8:10PM
This is captivating. The lighting and photography are really well done and the model has a presence. Your technique has captured that presence.

nice work, Jacqui Smile

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