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    Good lookin' kid, Reg!
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    Reg a bit of photoshop ought to blur out that messy background & make your nephew stand out a bit more. I'm sure some of the guys here better at ps than me could easilly do that for you. It's a great capture by the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill D View Post
    Reg a bit of photoshop ought to blur out that messy background & make your nephew stand out a bit more. I'm sure some of the guys here better at ps than me could easilly do that for you. It's a great capture by the way.

    yeah i could im just too lazy to lol
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    I guess this picture doesn't really belong here, but meh.


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    Got bored earlier...


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    c&c






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    Quote Originally Posted by r6isnum1 View Post
    c&c
    Number 1 is OK, two is an unflattering pose, and 3 is bland. Pretty woman.
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    r6isnum1, I think you did a great job, especially for a beginner. I like the lighting and the lack of background.

    OK, that was the c, sure you want the other c? My initial reaction was, they're too processed. Perhaps you could post the originals, and get some comments on how they could be processed. I agree with SpecialK that #1 is the best of the 3. Nice work, hope to see more!
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