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Old 09-18-2006, 05:15 PM
Fazools Fazools is offline
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Any thoughts on this one?

Thought I would ask for some opinions and critiques on this one.

Things I am wondering about...

1. Cropping? Where would be best?

2. The grain in the green areas? it is not consistant, but too smooth would look bad. What are your thoughts.

3. Lighting? this is my first project with light. Was it consistant, meaning is this where the lighting would fall on the body?

Thanks as always..

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Old 09-19-2006, 12:17 AM
TheVeed TheVeed is offline
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I didn't realize the color problems were THAT severe until I opened the file. It's pretty rough. I don't really know how to fix it, because not even dust & scratches or coloring it would fix the problem.

So I just did a more extreme color touch-up, with a split complimentary scheme. I cropped it this way, because I thought it was interesting, and make him look a bit more masculine and sexual.
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