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Photographer Sheila Carson  Sheila Carson {Karma:5924}
Project #53 Tribute to Arnold Newman Camera Model Canon Digital Rebel XT
Categories Portrait
Children
People
Film Format
Portfolio Black and White
Portraits
All My Best
Lens Canon  28-85 mm
Uploaded 4/10/2006 Film / Memory Type digital ISO 200
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Views 359 Shutter 1/250
Favorites Aperture f/8.0
Critiques 16 Rating Critique Only Image
Location City - 
State -  WA
Country - United States   United States
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There are 16 Comments in 1 Pages
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Ahmed Ismail Ahmed Ismail   {K:19853} 4/17/2006
Cute...nice expression! I like the angle. Beautiful shot!!

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Angela Freed   {K:10061} 4/13/2006
Tha'ts great to hear and I feel the same way! I wish I got a lot more real critiques myself!
Angela

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Sheila Carson Sheila Carson   {K:5924} 4/13/2006
Thanks again. Don't ever worry about my toes. I wish more people would give me advice. Feel free to truly critique anything of mine!

:)Sheila

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Angela Freed   {K:10061} 4/13/2006
I am not super familiar with PS4.0. The catch light i just use the stamp too. I go and get some white some place and then put the opacity around 25%. Then you just tape in the eye lightly at either 10:00 or 2:00 depending on where the light source is. Glad you liked what I did with it. I always worry about stepping on toes! : )
Angela

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Sheila Carson Sheila Carson   {K:5924} 4/13/2006
Hi again!

I have Photo Shop 4.0. I would love it if you could explain the catch light and how to use the blur tool to achieve the dof like you did. I have tried it a few times, but it hasn't looked anything like yours. Thanks for the help.

:)Sheila

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Angela Freed   {K:10061} 4/13/2006
Oh, I also played with the dof using the blur tool. Forgot to add that before. : )
Angeal

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Angela Freed   {K:10061} 4/13/2006
Hey, I decided to play a little with your shot. I could have done more with an original. It was super small and I couldn't get it to go larger to really work on the eyes. But I took your original color and converted using an action called Robin Purcell. Then I played with the catch lights. Hope you don't mind.
Angela

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Angela Freed   {K:10061} 4/13/2006
You're welcome. I have made "fake" catch lights before and once in a while get an affect that i like. Do you have photoshop CS2?? I could walk you through it. The best thing though is to really watch the catch lights when you are taking the picture.
Angela

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Sheila Carson Sheila Carson   {K:5924} 4/12/2006
Thanks Angela! I actually love your ideas. I just recently got PS, so I'm still learning how to do all of the great things that it can do.

What do you think is the best way to add a catch light to his eyes (besides getting it right in-camera)? Is there a good way to do it with PS?

Thanks so much for your help!
:)Sheila

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Angela Freed   {K:10061} 4/12/2006
Love the perspective here. I wonder how it would look with just a touch more contrast. Make him come out from the back ground a little. Also, if he had more catch lights in his eyes so they popped too. These are just ideas for you though. Feel free to take them or throw them out! : )
Angela

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Kathy Hillard Kathy Hillard   {K:25721} 4/12/2006
Ohhhh, he looks like he needs a hug, Sheila! Nice b&w! Happy 3rd birthday to the little man!
Susie and I went down to LaConner yesterday and got some shots. The weather was really nice. I hope you make it down there this year!
Kathy

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stingRay pt.4 . stingRay pt.4 .   {K:250245} 4/11/2006
I thought from the thumbnail that he had been caught doing something naughty. This is a look I taught the World jhgvschg years ago and it was generally thrown in the direction of an agrieved adult.
I love the mono tones in this pleasing study Sheila and although the colour version is a must in the family album the main posting suits the pose and that fabulous expression. I love too the wonderful shooting angle, if you like take another showing the words on the shirt but this has a far greater impact just the way it is. Well done to you sweetie. Very best wishes as always....Ray

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Sheila Carson Sheila Carson   {K:5924} 4/10/2006
Thanks so much for your comment Hugo! I decided to convert this to black and white for two reasons. First of all, I thought that all of the greens kind of blended together too much and didn't have the impact that the dramatic black and white tones did. The other reason I decided to convert the picture was because I wanted to try the dramatic shadowed effect that I've seen from other photographers on UF. I thought that the expression on his face worked well with the dramatic tones. I will attach the color version so you can see what you think.

Thanks again!
:)Sheila

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Sheila Carson Sheila Carson   {K:5924} 4/10/2006
Thank you for your comment Mario! I'd have to agree with you about the shirt. It would have been great to see what it said.

:)Sheila

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Mario Couture Mario Couture   {K:2264} 4/10/2006
There are many things that are... perfect ;-)

Pov, Desaturation, expression. I just wish we could have read the text on his shirt. It would have add a extra on the overall composition!

Great shot!

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 4/10/2006
Hi Sheila, great expression, and I really like this angle. and use of wide angle lens. Very good PoV.

I'm curious why you converted this to B&W, I think the colour version would tell the same story, and maybe have a bit more impact.

Cool shot, and very well captured.

Cheers,

Hugo

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