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Cat's eye (Kathleen)

Discussion in 'People' started by Conrad, Aug 29, 2008.

  1. I'll second that. Nice photo...
     
  2. lr0868

    lr0868

    May 25, 2008
    henderson, nv
    WOW is right, perfect pic!
     
  3. Beautiful!
     
  4. very nicely done
    but, i'd like to see you BLUR her right eyebrow a bit to see how THAT would look

    which i could show you... only with your PRIOR PERMISSION
     
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  5. Sure. Go ahead. Is her eyebrow a bit distracting?
     
  6. Zee71

    Zee71

    Apr 1, 2007
    Queens, NY
    The eye's have it!!! I'm captured.
     
  7. no, not distracting
    i just wanted to present this for an ALTERNATIVE "LOOK"
    if the EYE is the focal point of this image, then the sharp lines of the eyebrow seem to detract from it
    maybe i'm the only one who feels that way
    your image is incredible
    i hope you aren't offended by my addition here

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  8. Greg, wow! Your edit is much better! I love the results! Thanks!
     
  9. LukeL

    LukeL Guest

    Amazing how a little blur goes a long way. Nice job to both Conrad and Greg!
     
  10. conrad.....
    i appreciate your kind words
    remember..... YOU TOOK THIS GREAT PICTURE...
    i'm glad you like the brow blurred a bit.... it make the eye stand out even more
    thanks for allowing me to show it to you
     
  11. Thanks Greg, you are too kind!



    I've been getting a lot of heat with her skin. I decided to try and hide it completely by doing a high key version. I kinda like how it turned out. I've also added Greg's tip of burring out the eyebrow a bit. What do you gals/guys think of this version?

    Seems more dramatic. Something I was trying to pull off with the original shot.

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