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banehawi Plus
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23 Apr 2014 4:31PM
This is good also. A little sharper, but you can still apply some more during the re sizing.

I cant tell what the white balance was that you selected, but I can see its caused a blue tone, and dont know if thats what you wanted. Sometimes its hard to tell unless you see a side by side comparison with a version without the blue cast, which is mod2.

Apert from the cast, a little more exposure and contrast in post processing.

If you shoot in RAW, you will have a great deal of flexibility with post processing, and altering white balance quite easily.

Are there lights being used for this set up? I noticed those three strips in his eyes which Ive altered to what would be expected. Or is it usiing existing lighting in a room?



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