Wed 05-Dec-12 10:01 AM | edited Wed 05-Dec-12 10:51 AM by gbowen
>Bee-uu-tiii-ful, George! > >Great lighting and post processing!
Thanks! It helps having a great subject to work with. Brooke is a natural. > >My approach (having constantly to make up for details >overlooked at the shutter click instant): When you’ve got it >95% right try the last 5% in post processing. In this case >nothing more than a few clicks with the clone tool.
My daughter is good with Photo Shop. I'll get her to show me how to use it. Thanks for fixing that.
>I don’t often mess with other folk’s images but couldn’t >resist. This may be sacrilege to “pure photographers” but I >find it truly joyful stepping into the post processing >creative process - "being in the zone". A little >intervention goes a long way.
Step on in! I am doing this to learn and it's great. Love what you did with this.