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Old 10-10-2005, 06:48 AM
BriC BriC is offline
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What do y'all think?

Here is before and after of my nephew. The client asked for the red eye to be fixed and for her to be out of the picture. I did both of those things, and I have found this to be what appeals most to me.
Are there any *additional* corrections that should be made? I feel pretty happy to call my 'after' shot the finished product, but if I am overlooking anything, who better to let me know than other folks who like good pics :-)

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Old 10-10-2005, 09:02 AM
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Bill M Bill M is offline
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Because of the background change you chose, the lighting on the back top of his head doesn't look natural. You can fix that easily by gradually darkening the top edge slightly to fade/blend it into the background.
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