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bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
15 Oct 2020 7:58AM
beautiful set
delboy1145 Plus
12 30 10 England
15 Oct 2020 8:03AM
That's a full full on , in your face portrait.
If I may make so bold a tighter crop to lose the crumbled T shirt and bear chest allow the eyes to draw you in to those beautiful hazel eyes
Robert51 12 7 108 United Kingdom
15 Oct 2020 8:35AM
Super set off images of a beautiful young lady, great job...
15 Oct 2020 8:53AM
Been trying to choose a favourite but they all have their own merits, Colin.
A lovely set of images which I'm sure she was pleased with. If pushed, I would have to go with V1 as slight favourite followed by V9.

JohnSmile
bluesandtwos 11 435 1 England
15 Oct 2020 9:15AM
V7....excellent! Smile

Dave
Saastad Plus
1 16 14 Norway
15 Oct 2020 11:39AM
What a beautiful girl!

Quote:What a beautiful girl!


Well she is Norwegian Arne

Colin Smile
Jestertheclown 12 8.3k 253 England
15 Oct 2020 10:04PM
Unless it's intentional, there's something very wrong with the colour of this.

I won't download it and try but the yellow/green cast can probably be removed using the "divide" trick and addressing the colour balance would hopefully restore the flesh tones.

Hope this helps.
16 Oct 2020 12:01AM

Quote:Unless it's intentional, there's something very wrong with the colour of this.

I won't download it and try but the yellow/green cast can probably be removed using the "divide" trick and addressing the colour balance would hopefully restore the flesh tones.

Hope this helps.



Thanks for the comment ... you're not the first Smile

My photos all look fine on my Apple Mac, but some people are saying the colours are weird

I think they are all being saved as sRGB after editing in Lightroom and the Photoshop

But I am confused as to what's happening

Colin

GeorgeP Plus
13 62 26 United States
16 Oct 2020 2:58AM
A wonderful set of images.

Quote:A wonderful set of images.


Many thanks George ... and for your kind award

Colin Smile

Jestertheclown 12 8.3k 253 England
16 Oct 2020 9:38AM


Quote:I think they are all being saved as sRGB after editing in Lightroom and the Photoshop

Hi,
I've downloaded one of them and it's saved in untagged RGB (8bpc).
Simply saving it again as sRGB makes no difference that I can see.
As you know, it should be saved in sRGB for use on here. And nearly everywhere else!
As I suspected, it is salvageable, using divide, colour balance and saturation; I could probably go farther but obviously, there's no need to do that to your originals.
I suggest that you upload one of them; include an unedited version (it will need to have been converted to Jpeg.), still in untagged RGB, to the Critique Gallery where it can be looked at by people more knowledgeable in colour management than myself.
There's probably a simple answer.
16 Oct 2020 10:35AM

Quote:

Quote:I think they are all being saved as sRGB after editing in Lightroom and the Photoshop

Hi,
I've downloaded one of them and it's saved in untagged RGB (8bpc).
Simply saving it again as sRGB makes no difference that I can see.
As you know, it should be saved in sRGB for use on here. And nearly everywhere else!
As I suspected, it is salvageable, using divide, colour balance and saturation; I could probably go farther but obviously, there's no need to do that to your originals.
I suggest that you upload one of them; include an unedited version (it will need to have been converted to Jpeg.), still in untagged RGB, to the Critique Gallery where it can be looked at by people more knowledgeable in colour management than myself.
There's probably a simple answer.



Thanks
Will take a look over the weekend
Colin
19 Oct 2020 5:35PM
You've done it again! Fantastic eye catching portrait!

Quote:You've done it again! Fantastic eye catching portrait!


Thanks Bruce Smile

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