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Richsr 11 91 223 England
20 Nov 2012 10:47AM
Like the pose and lighting in this
Regards Richard

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jjpix 6 United Kingdom
20 Nov 2012 11:23AM
Thanks Richard
ugly Plus
10 9 57 United Kingdom
20 Nov 2012 12:55PM
A very nice image well lit...
Good pose...

jjpix 6 United Kingdom
20 Nov 2012 2:07PM
Thanks Dave
I've been trying different lighting set ups in my little studio, very pleased with this
cameracat 14 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
20 Nov 2012 2:40PM
For sure agree with Rich & Dave in all areas.....Smile

Here though I add a few thoughts, First the title, Yeah! I know it has no reflection on image quality, But its a tad corny and lowers the tone somewhat.

That Specsavers might have helped with her choice of Camera.....LOL...Grin As She would probably have chosen a Nikon....Smile Specially one of them snazzy red ones....Wink

Ok! Humour over.....Nice work keep going chap.....Smile

jjpix 6 United Kingdom
20 Nov 2012 3:28PM
LOL, Ta Vince
The cam was an afterthought, something i picked up for nothing and i keep in the studio as a prop
I struggle with titles for pics
What would your suggestion be?
banehawi Plus
14 1.8k 3890 Canada
21 Nov 2012 6:39PM
Good work with the glasses, but its has an overly yellow skin tone for me. Did you shoot in RAW and calibrate the lights using a grey card? Mod loaded with threshold and curves used to calibrate black and white points, then colour balance to reduce yellow in skin. As a rule of thumb, yellow should be slightly higher than magenta in Caucasian skin, measured where theres good exposure and no make-up, and in this, yellow is 50% more than magenta.


jjpix 6 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2012 7:24PM
Thanks Willie
Excellent advice and thanks for the mod

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