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Subject: [Leica] the two sisters...
From: hoppyman at (Geoff Hopkinson)
Date: Wed May 21 17:35:36 2008
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I think more worked over by baby teeth falling out, Gene! I doubt that Steve
would have altered it?? But the shadows on her face seem to have a little
more texture to them, maybe that makes the smoother skin look odd in
In this one it would have been great to have sister number 2 at the back
lean her face forward maybe. I mean due to the shallow DoF making her face
softer. I'd commit my usual PS evil manipulation sin and remove the dangling
coiled leads in this case too.

Still, great great smiles and sweet kids. Likely more important than
technical stuff. 
I can hear Steve's teeth grinding as he reads my comments ;-)


-----Original Message-----
Subject: Re: [Leica] the two sisters...


A nice photo, however the girl in the front looks weird.  Her upper lip
looks like it has been over/poorly worked over by photoshop.  It looks
false.  The girl in the back looks just fine, as a comparison.


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