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Discussion in 'People' started by cwilt, Jun 26, 2007.
Just a snapshot at the breakfast table this morning with the 85/1.4.
Your girl has the most beautiful eyes!
Just look at the picture, you can't tell me everyone that looks at that picture, that her eyes aren't the first thing they look at.
The catchlight just adds to them. Great Shot!
Charles, amazing...Amanda just gets more beautiful by the day...and those eyes...wow...better get that shotgun ready for when the boys start calling...there will be lots of them.
Did you do any PP on the skin...it's flawless...but I know she has very smooth skin to begin with, so I'm not sure if you did anything to it.
Your snapshots can easily win contests...and this is no different...very well done.
Oh to look like that when ya wake up... ))
She is so pretty
I think most would agree. The problem is that I think she knows it.
She has unique eyes. I did help the color of them with this shot. Her eyes pick up color from the surroundings and it was a gray morning. A little bump in the B channel with a mask to bring it back to what they normally are. Thank you.
We are going to be in trouble for sure. I was thinking of a chainsaw and hockey mask.:smile: I did do some PP to her skin. Would you like to know what I use?
Don't all women look like that when they get up in the morning?
Great lens and beautiful picture.
WOW, I am a sucker for eyes...beautiful.:smile:
Let me guess... you cloned out some remains of the breakfast? :wink:
Thanks Gordon. I find the 85/1.4 to be a bit harsh for skin.
I did do that as well. Also use a Photoshop filter by Kodak called Digital Gem Airbrush Pro.
Extremly well captured eyes!
Gosh what a great photo!!!
Thank you, both.
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