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charlotte

By LaurenRyanne
photoshoot of charlotte, 1st use of camera

Tags: Portraits and people

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Carabosse Plus
13 40.4k 269 England
27 Mar 2010 1:27AM
This is a more appealing photo of Charlotte than your previous one. Smile

However, the busy background does not really help here - something a bit plainer would have been better. The image also has a slightly cool tone and could perhaps do with a touch more contrast via a curves adjustment. I have addressed both issues in the mod I've uploaded for you.

Hope this helps.

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paulbroad 9 117 1075 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2010 8:29AM
a nice shot in general, but the mod above is rather better. DSLR's rarely produce print ready images straight from the camera - they are not designed to. They produce an image ideally suited to some small manipulation in software, as here. The designer assumes the DSLR owner is a bit more enthusiastic than compact owners and will post process.

Possibly would prefer eye contact - get the distinct impression that she is looking at someone else.

paul
Wellspring 8 86 37 England
27 Mar 2010 9:51AM
I actually prefer the original version. It has a softness that is appealing and the duller background produces greater depth for me.

It is the Charlotte's pose, gaze and expression that attracted me to the image and while I cannot for a moment guess why she would look like that, I do like it very much.
thanyou Smile
comma 8 108 6 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2010 8:46AM
I'm with wellspring on this, I think you've done well . It has the feel of an informal moment being captured, (although you've set out on a photoshoot). Again, I feel the background in the original version works better and focuses more on the subject.

A very attractive image.

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