pansycan

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  • Hmmm, overexposure is being mentioned but there doesn't appear to be clipping and I see detail in the highlights.   So it may be exposed brighter than your creative vision.   Many people expose ...
  • I think the second bride shot looks quite lovely. The problem with both versions of the group shot is how washed out the background looks. In snapseed I used control points to isolate the green ...
  • As Sabrina said,  I would just mind your backgrounds when you're taking the shot.   "Head in a clean spot" is a good mantra- (thanks Zack Arias).   A bit more light on her face would have been ...
  • In Lightroom, I would not try to do it with global adjusments.  For the freckles, I would use an adjustment brush on the face(particularly the freckles) to add contrast, perhaps playing with the ...
  • It looks like maybe there were some artifacts from a previous edit or something ?   I tried not to alter the prevailing light too much, in an effort to keep it natural looking.  Added some noise ...
  • While it would not occur to me to crop the chin, the effect being pulled to the eyes is undeniable.  Beautiful edit.  Love the contrast
  • Thanks for the play. She's a lovely lady.
  • Replied in For play ...
    And one more with a new frame
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    Lovely couple. Thanks for the play.
  • Just playing in Snapseed, Tiffen photo fx,and afterlight on the iPad. Selectively isolated reds and brightened and added contrast.  Also added a color effect pushing the sky more cyan to contrast ...
  • What I would check is the pen properties setting in the Wacom window (his step 1 in the video). In the pen properties where it shows tip feel, try varying that setting between soft and firm. You ...
  • I love this portrait-  his expression, pose, and the way the light highlights that cherubic little face. Very memorable!
  • This is a nice image. It looks like you made one or possibly two snafus with the clone tool. On her neck right below her chin you can see a circular skin texture that doesn't belong there. Also, ...
  • If you are happy with part of that mistake layer, you can add a mask to that layer and use a black brush to paint away the mistake- on the mask, NOT the layer. You can make a selection of the area ...
  • A couple of plays, one with a dusty overlay for fun.  I actually really like the subtle tones of the original. So here's one more from Snapseed before I used photo fx to oomph the color and fog.
  • Really lovely directional lighting in these shots.  Looks like some blown highlights on the Dad's face though. Just a play...mostly with the coloring. Snapseed and Photo fx ultra
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