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richmowil Plus
9 352 2 England
29 Dec 2011 7:10PM
Contemplation? Nice image

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Lovely soft light, great for portraitsSmile
Background colours contrast well with Beth's lovely hair.
cleg 8 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2011 8:43PM
Very nice image
banehawi Plus
14 1.8k 3893 Canada
29 Dec 2011 9:30PM
Your Daughter is very photogenic. This, and the others are good shots, however, the white balance from your camera is producing a skin tone with a heavy Magenta cast. Ive uploaded a mod, which is pretty much the same work as I usually do with these shots. Try using a simple grey card (cheap to buy in a photo store); shoot in RAW; include the grey card in the first shot, then when you process the RAW, use the grey card as the white balance reference by clicking the white balance tool on it. You will be quite surprised by the results.

Hope this is helpful,


saeidNL 8 3 Netherlands
29 Dec 2011 9:31PM
Another lovely and beauriful image,very well done.
marktc Plus
7 101 15 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2011 9:39PM
Another super image Dilys
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 16 Canada
30 Dec 2011 12:11AM
A lovely portrait, so natural. She is quite lovely and that red hair is beautiful...........Sandy
michaelo Plus
11 11 1 United Kingdom
30 Dec 2011 2:08PM
kombizz 13 601 1 United States
31 Dec 2011 8:20AM
lovely shot
Niknut Plus
8 1.8k 76 United Kingdom
31 Dec 2011 3:56PM
Beautiful shot !!!.....but couldn't resist doing a mod. to create a 'lighter' mood !!.:WinkSmile
DilysT 7 2 United Kingdom
31 Dec 2011 6:26PM
That's fantastic - thanks Niknut! Smile What did you use?
Niknut Plus
8 1.8k 76 United Kingdom
31 Dec 2011 7:52PM
Hi Dilys.....glad you like the mod,......I use Adobe PSE 8, where you can apply a 'Gaussian' blur to selected areas (the B/G)., & under the
'Filter' tool, there's a 'Diffuse Glow' that can be applied to selected areas (the face)........I also applied the 'Levels' control to the hair to
'lift' it a bit, & sharpened the eyes a wee bit !!!!......took about 20minutes to get the final image !!!

Hope all that makes sense !!.......Happy New Year Dilys..............


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