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davidbailie 18 457 7 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2004 9:34AM
VG Shot of it's kind - just a little too beached overall for me Smile


23 Oct 2004 9:36AM
beautiful high key portrait. excellent expression. click!
JohnRShort 18 25 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2004 9:39AM
suleesia 17 176 Malaysia
23 Oct 2004 9:43AM
Good effort!
lyne 18 15
23 Oct 2004 9:53AM
Beautiful portrait lyne.
steffilewis 17 179 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2004 9:54AM
Lovely portrait. Love the high key *click*
akh Plus
18 1.2k 5 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2004 10:12AM
Excellent portrait but agree with Dave that it is just a little too light. A small tweak of the grey slider in levels would give a little more tone in the skin and eyes but still keep the high key effect.
panda 17 5 1 England
23 Oct 2004 10:16AM
Fabulous shot but too washed out. A bit more contrast needed for my taste.

buchananbchb 17 374 1 England
23 Oct 2004 10:27AM
What a lovely photo, as above it is a little too light but it does work all the same, great shot, you must be proud.
gemm 17 800 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2004 11:20AM
A bit too bright for my eyes, but I love their expression. Lovely portrait.
ginz04 18 281 20 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2004 11:43AM

rletham 18 890 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2004 11:49AM
The picture is a great portrait Dean and the high key is a good idea. Unfortunately it's left it a little flat. Try taking the left slider in levels up a little. This will bring some life in to the darker shades and give the photo a bit more depth.
Click for the pic.
Mixpix 18 1.1k England
23 Oct 2004 1:23PM
I like what you have done here, no idea how you did it but I love it. click

Daisy_intheMill 18 145 1 United Kingdom
23 Oct 2004 5:18PM
Lovely happy shot, and one to really treasure. Looks like a very soft pencil drawing.
User_Removed 19 39 6 Scotland
24 Oct 2004 8:17AM
A bit bleached out but neverthless beyond fault, beautiful

deancarney 19 247 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2004 12:59PM
Thanks for all the comments folks !!

I am really pleased with this picture of my Wife and Daughter. I understand exactly what some of you are saying about the bleaching out etc, but I didn't want to darken the image any further as I thought it may take the focus away from the eyes.

I wanted to create a simple, pure look but yet still create a point of focus towards the eyes. Have I succeeded ? I don't know.

Thanks again,

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