This is exactly SOOC, just resiszed. No sharpening and forgot to watermark. I am annoyed that I chopped his toe, but the picture before he was SCREAMING!
Here is an edit I did to try and make it look like he hadn't been crying, resized, no sharpening and again, forgot watermark. Does it look ok, I'm not calibrated. I want to use it for my parents Christmas card.
I actually really like the pic of him (mama goggles!) but am unsure how to crop without making it look too centered.
I hate to post & run, but it's just gone midnight and I really should be in bed. TIA!
Anyone??? I am running short on time for international posting for xmas.
Hmm, now that I look at it, the background looks slightly magenta, or at least darker in the top right corner. I really need another OCF for fill.
Right, going to take this over to ILP as well as I need some answers pretty quick.
I would crop so his eyes are closer to ROT maybe like this
still looks a bit underexposed, background def no even on the right like you said. not calibrated so really can't comment on colour
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The toe cut doesn't bother me. If it bother you then I would crop torso up.
-El mommy to B & A
Just chug-chug-chugging along.
What about a horizonatal crop shoulders and up? Sorry for the bad play - I was trying an action I haven't used in a LONG time - kinda a vintage feel that pops red. I really miss taking pictures and editing and hope to join you all again soon and I'm totally not calibrated.
ya that's a better crop
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okay, played with a crop (didn't want to play with color since I'm not calibrated here). It's a 5x7 crop and leaves nice space for you to write something in the empty space if you wanted to.
turns out my sister has CS installed on this computer ... so I did a selective color layer and added some yellow and removed some magenta. again, not calibrated, so it's probably off. also did a screen layer on just the irises and reduced the opacity to 50% of that. don't have any of my actions here, but if I did, I'd do an eye pop on him.