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Second attempt of the Campbell family

By Michael Campbell  
Tidy up the background as advised.
Awaiting your judgement.
Be brutal! I can take it!

Tags: Portraits and people

Voters: Kim19, noseprints, Bernie and 8 more


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Comments


18 Mar 2004 1:23AM
great..much better without the backdrop...looks like a real professional studio shot now!
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noseprints 12 576
18 Mar 2004 2:32AM
nice job "tidying up". i noticed a little more detail in the faces in the other version. maybe more brightness and a tighter crop. slightly more effective, i find. love the setup. it's great to look at all the different expressions and guess what role they play in the family, and i'm not just talking mom, dad, etc...

very good creative composition. love the "uniforms".
Bernie 12 2.2k
18 Mar 2004 8:11AM
I missed the first shot, having now seen it I do prefer this one.
You have a great portfolio.

Bernie...
Kim19 13 31
18 Mar 2004 8:36AM
Looks MUCH better without the background creases visible! Definiatly one for the wall!

Well done, great shot!

Kim
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14 18.8k 96 England
18 Mar 2004 9:14AM
Good job!
Gary_Williams 12 38 3 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2004 10:34AM
Good job, you've a really nice family portrait here. Nice work.
keithh Plus
12 24.8k 33 Wallis And Futuna
18 Mar 2004 12:09PM
much better of the two, Michael. Too be critical, whatever process the shot has undergone, the tops of the heads of the three family members on the right seem to have a white haze to them. minor point, but I suspect it will be more visible on a large print.
Thanks for all your feedback. I will look at the brightness, cropping and the white haze
problem before printing out the picture.
"it's good to talk!"
theorderingone 12 2.4k
18 Mar 2004 11:00PM
Much better

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