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A Pretty Girl

By colin b  
The title says it all really. I worked on it with photoshop, but how do you improve on her natural looks? Mind you, there's a lot of portrait photographers who could do a lot better than I have... I'd be grateful for pointers.

Tags: Portraits and people

Voters: hermin, pjcurran, StevenPrice and 8 more


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hermin 16 2 Israel
3 Jan 2005 1:37AM
effective frame, excellent tones. click
pjcurran 16 6
3 Jan 2005 1:42AM
Definitely an appropriate title... really well framed, clicked
StevenPrice 16 30 2 England
3 Jan 2005 1:52AM
Excellent Portrait well done
Steve
amps 17 225 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2005 2:23AM
Yes she is a pretty girl, nice shot. I have played with it a little,hope you don't mind.

Alan
Badsey 16 20 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2005 5:20AM
I quite like this shot as is to be honest, but i will have a play.

Badsey
teddy 16 12 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2005 7:18AM
Good portrait. Ted
glazzaro 16 70 23 United States
3 Jan 2005 4:54PM
Great work, this models eyes are unbelievable! The detail is excellent, I would only suggest and this is just a preference on my part, run despeckle from filter, noise menu. Smooth out this shot would greatly enhance this womans beauty as if it needed it! Spot On!!! Click!!! a master piece of work!!!
cbg 16 1
3 Jan 2005 5:07PM
nice portrait. stunning eyes and love the subtle selective colour and tones. chris
starrchild 16 3 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2005 3:45AM
Great stuff
colin b 17 367 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2005 5:11AM
Thanks everyone. Thanks too to those who worked on the photo. It's great to see the perspective/perception of others. So Alan - of course I don't mind...

Greg, you're right about those eyes. They're a pale clear blue. Stunning. I'll try the despeckle when I get home.

Chris, I'm surprised you could identify any colours! I have tinted the eyes with a faint blue, which I tried to keep so subtle you had to know they were there...but it does help to draw your attention to them.

Colin

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