1/400s f/6.3 at 200.0mm iso200
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Ronny Van Eeckhoutte
a truly living picture filled with emotion. Well done!
Good candid and colortone choosen is great (V)
Perfect shot! The light is outstanding. V
Very nice candid, like the sepia work here! -BJ
Another great candid of a pretty lady!
another winner in your book! splendid facial expression - watching your candids - I often find myself thinking - 'It can only happen in NY' - Maybe it is just YOU who makes it happen, in fact - v
I'm a little on the fence about the sepia like toning - but a case could be made for it creating a striking contradiction by moving this ultra modern woman (bluetooth ready) into the past.
J. Scott Coile
Everbody adoring the tones - I`m not an exception! This is a beautiful candid and I love the expression of the woman very much Kent!
looks like the aliens got to her!! there is a gadget or some sort of tagging system on her ear!? :)
Two different conceptions of photography opposing here. The line is there in the image. PS should not change it. The selective DOF is there for that.
Anyway, I like this high tech touch on this classical natural beauty.
Nice one, Kent.
Beautiful picture , V.
Never felt comfortable wearing those bluetooth wireless headsets. I love the lighting and the unusual tone. Nice candid ~V~
Is this one of the borgs?
And, thanks to Liza, i may have learned something, except I don't think Elements has a history brush!
Nice candid; loave the tones.
Thanks, Liza...I actually did the same thing with the eraser tool, but I think I will redo this and sharpen the whole image less. The part from her nose to her collar, I think is partly from backlighting though.
Okay, I like this shot although the heavy brown is sort of freaking me out a bit, but I must admit I am also intrigued by it.
But You have a sharpening line that runs from her forehead to just below her chin that is really bothering me. Do you mind when I tell you things like that? Please let me know because if you do, I'll keep the comments to myself.
But as long as I've said something about it, here's what I would have done to fix it... after I sharpend I would have taken a very small history brush and traced the contour of her face where the sharpening line is. The line would then just poof disappear.
Now it is also possible that this isn't a sharpening line at all, but rather a nice backlighting line in which case you should of course just ignore me. But the light seems to be coming from this side of her.
Okay, I'm done
Gotta get me one of those so I can free up my hands.
lovely!!! love the tones!