Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by one66stang, Oct 13, 2005.
Does the blue chair throw the shot? The print size pic is much brighter and crisp.
i don't think it throws it but there is definitely something about it that bugs me.
maybe if you had him holding a pumpkin
the background looks fake. Looks like you cut out a kid in a chair and put the layer over a picture of pumpkins. Also the shadows behind the kids ears =
+ holy huge border, make it smaller and black ftw
what tharaka said, the lighting needs works the shadow on his face and the overexposed right side of the face need to be fixed, and just for composition you should show just a tad more of the background or just get rid of the blue chair, it seems very distracting
I would meter off the kids face. And don't use fill flash unless you have it diffused. I think it just looks strange with the harsh shadows. With those 2 things said, I think the photograph looks fine as it is. I think it is the exposure that is throwing it off. Just my $.02.
Yeah. That's the problem. The shadows on the chair don't match the lighting on the kid.
i'm going to hell
i think the blue chair does kinda throw it off a bit.
I stick with my opinion that the background looks fake, how do you like my replacement backgrounds??
the blue chair seems a bit out of place. And it sort of does look like it was photoshopped for some reason, like you took a picture of the kid on the chair and the pumpkins separately
I appericate all the comments.
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