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|This was a follow up picture of "Trina and Trina 2" i recently posted.|
Though my passion is to explore colors through portraits, it's good to practice other mediums as well.. ;-)
This was an over exposed shot not to mention that she was facing sideward the sun. I tried to save it by some PP work such as converting it to grayscale and invert, diffuse glow, adjusting opacity and so on...this was the outcome. Her fingers was cropped in the original size so decided to crop the whole picture for closer shot.
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Howdy Tinayums! Nice girl, very nice portrait. Original light. Good take. Cheers!
Well we all get shots like this, overexposed, and it's always a challenge - to save it or trash it. Under the circumstances, and given what you had to work with, I think you did a good job to save this one.
More than the OE, I think the deep shadows cast by her nose and mouth are the issue, but overall it's an ok rescue job. :)
it is really very hard to save an overexposed shot, but you did well on this,IMO a darker B&w convertion might be more appealing.Composition wise i gree with your shot.Thanks for sharing.
- [2007-11-12 21:02]
It is always difficult to recover blown-up highlights. Easier if it was under exposed. A good high-key effect though.
I love the composition and the side lighting on this picture, but i think it's over exposed and the shadows on the left side is so harsh.....just my opinion..