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JacopoR

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  • So Close!

    Timeless!

    try making it more colourful or giving to it a dramatic look...I don't know if it will be better, but give a try Wink

    Jacopo
    • 24 Apr 2013 12:58PM
  • Untitled

    The point of view is good because it's a different perspective.

    There's a little predominant of red and you can see it mostly in the white areas...

    then the focus is on the nose but when you shoot portraits you have to focus your lens on the eyes because our eyes will look first at them and it causes a bit of disorder when they aren't in focus.
    • 23 Apr 2013 6:45PM
  • Albatross Squadron

    stunning perspective!
    • 21 Apr 2013 11:13AM
  • Last Ditch Tackle

    I've uploaded a mod...I've made a bit darker the shadows and I've increased the green in the midtones to exalt the grass...I've also made a crop paying attention to the rule of thirds Wink

    ps: maybe too much saturated
    • 19 Apr 2013 10:58PM
  • Cat eyes

    the original photo was brighter, I made it darker in post processing to exalt the contrast between dark grey and white Wink
    • 19 Apr 2013 4:18PM
  • Summer in Sardinia

    Just tried it, Actually it looks much better!
    • 18 Apr 2013 3:30PM
  • Covering Up

    I think that the composition is great! but I'd increase a bit the saturation or the contrast at the bottom...because the faces have a good saturation and contrast. To give more depth and expressiveness maybe is also a good idea to use a low pass filter.
    • 18 Apr 2013 1:53PM
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