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April 12, 2013 - 4 went

Monthly Critiques April 2013

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  • A former member

    This isn't really a critique, but I wanted to say that I enjoy looking at your picture. I particularly like his face, mask, and the background. :D

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  • Nino O.

    I like the light on the mask a lot and the contrast of the hood. By doing this it seemed to pull out some detail in the pic. It sure pulls in my attention better then the other one.

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  • A former member

    I am totally new to photography and Photoshop. Most of the time I use Lightroom because Photoshop is so expansive. In this photo, the contrast is remarkable. I liked the bokeh in the other photo but adjusting the exposure in this photo makes it really stand out. With that said, How did you get the overexposed stuff so dark in Photoshop? I have some Linda lectures and tutorials but with school I haven't been able to get into them. I also have books about layers, etc. But I am asking you guys that know what you're doing. Great edit.

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