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derekhansen Plus
7 210 24 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2012 8:42PM
Beautifully posed, lit and processed.
Derek

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k1 6
9 Feb 2012 9:09PM
Think this great work, well presented, the pose is good and appears to be natural.

Paul.
JackAllTog Plus
7 4.4k 58 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2012 9:42PM
Absolutely super.
9 Feb 2012 9:43PM
looks great on my screen.
senn Plus
5 4 1 Belgium
9 Feb 2012 10:11PM
enviable work ! ..
Richsr Plus
9 90 222 England
9 Feb 2012 10:15PM
Like this Jo
backbeat Plus
10 134 1 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2012 11:39PM
You're so good at these Jo...congrats on another fine portrait

Phil
luceombra 4 27 5 Italy
10 Feb 2012 8:33AM
Another great work!
ChiliMan Plus
9 135 17 Singapore
10 Feb 2012 2:29PM
I like the pose and composition, Jo.

Andrew
Uppercut 10 1 Norway
10 Feb 2012 11:08PM
sorry to disagree, but I think you have pushed the levers too much here. the gray areas "take over", smudging the dark.
this is what happens when you push fill light and/or recovery over the limit.
In contrary to EC, I believe you should have "reset" and started over with what seems like a very fine portrait of a gentlemanSmile
John
kitsch 10 439 4 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2012 9:41AM
thanks everyone Smile

John, i can't disagree with you, i did think i'd gone too far with this & might well re-edit from scratch at some point Smile
as i said, was more interested in the shapes & doing something different with it
cheers
Jo
kitsch 10 439 4 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2012 9:49AM
PS thanks for the EC! Smile
rob_marshall 5 96 1 United Kingdom
13 Feb 2012 7:29AM

Quote:Sorry to disagree, but I think you have pushed the levers too much here. the gray areas "take over", smudging the dark.
this is what happens when you push fill light and/or recovery over the limit.
In contrary to EC, I believe you should have "reset" and started over with what seems like a very fine portrait of a gentlemanSmile
John



Have to agree, I'm afraid. You can see it on the folds of his shirt. It's a shame as it's a very good composition of a nice-looking guy.

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