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paulcr 15 1.5k 9 Ireland
25 Oct 2005 4:49AM
The eyes are overdone Alan. If you created a new layer and set the mode to screen, the reduce the opacity of the layer it will be more "natural". Glasses are spot on. Anyway I'd say its a great shot untouched. PAul

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angej 15 479 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2005 4:55AM
Apart from the eyes looking a tad over cooked, i'd say its a great shot.
TeresaH 14 1.1k United Kingdom
25 Oct 2005 4:56AM
Great portrait, works for me.
Kim Walton 16 145 30 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2005 5:12AM
All said.
ian walker 15 717 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2005 5:12AM
glasses good, eyes could be better. sure you will crack this.

good portrait as well
amps 16 225 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2005 6:03AM
Thanks for the comments, thanks Paul i have another play.
foxybrown 14 368
25 Oct 2005 6:09AM
brilliant selective toning. very well done
paulcr 15 1.5k 9 Ireland
25 Oct 2005 6:14AM
No problem Alan or you could simply duplicate the entire layer and just erase the areas of the top layer you want to colour. PAul
silburkp 15 3 England
25 Oct 2005 8:29AM
Nice idea, with the eyes left B&W it would be excellent.
exclusive 15 579 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2005 10:41AM
to me a good photo, but an overdone technique. whcih i feel hasn't realy worked here.
GregorP 15 4 Slovenia
25 Oct 2005 12:37PM
Beautiful portrait, with beautiful eyes...
User_Removed 14 32 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2005 12:52PM
Nice one mate. Gorgeous girl too!
Firebaby 16 1.2k Faroe Islands
26 Oct 2005 7:15AM
Good one Alan, a little strong on the eyes as has been said, but a good imaginative image!

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