Corporate Shoot (BEFORE/AFTERS)

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    Was hired to shoot an office staff in the city today. Things went real well.
    Thought I'd show you guys a before & after of one specific photo. I actually screen captured myself processing the entire photo, so if you guys would like to see the video let me know and I'll upload it!

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    I like the way you have brightened up the image here. My suggestion would be to use levels to recover the darker hair colour, as it's beginning to look a bit foggy and washed out. A boost in contrast would help too.
    Hope this helps.


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    Is it my screen or the white background is too bright. I would have preferred a darker background for office shooting.

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    I like the skin tone/color from the tip of her nose down to sweater, do not like it from the tip of nose up to her hairline. Hope this helps in some way.
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    The second photo is more suited to a 'mystery woman'. I like the effect, did the office staff like it?
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    I think it looks great! I would love to see the video

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    Thanks guys! Yes the client was very pleased with the shots.

    The fogginess in the upper half of the photo is due to the fact that I used this image for lesson on adding artificial light sources and glows in my upcoming DVD series. I probably should have mentioned that in the initial post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Hardy View Post
    Thanks guys! Yes the client was very pleased with the shots.

    The fogginess in the upper half of the photo is due to the fact that I used this image for lesson on adding artificial light sources and glows in my upcoming DVD series. I probably should have mentioned that in the initial post.

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