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Posted By: gcvikas, 02-08-2011, 11:47 PM

Shot these a few months ago. I am hoping to shoot more soon.

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02-09-2011, 10:00 AM   #2
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I like the second one.
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Beautiful girl. I like the second one also. She pops from the background in that one.
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Phenomenal color in the second one.

I see why you desaturated the green on the first one, but she looks way unnatural.

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Two great shots. agree on the second photo she just pops out. first shot bring up her coloring and she will pop out of that shot also
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I would love to see the first one without the selective colouring. I'm betting the green foilage will compliment her dress very well.

The second shot is a lovely pose and has great balance. The image looks a touch warm on my monitors.

Thanks for sharing!

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Brilliant result of a pretty woman in #2.
#1 would have been great also if it weren't for the harsh sunlight creeping into the scene. But good job with the PP.
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I see your point, Voitech.

I am posting one without the selective desaturation processing...

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Sorry, that was 'Voytech'!
I actually realize she might be looking too pale in the first image.

Thanks a lot Kai, slowpez, Voytech, Scottnorwo, coffee, and Ash!
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Oh yea! Her skin color was changed a lot in the desaturated photo. I see why you did it, and that was ok with me, but it also robbed her of color. You could try to do it again, but this time don't desaturate 100%.
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