#2. "RE: D7000 and Raw - How'd I do?" | In response to Reply # 1Rick_Smith Registered since 07th Jan 2011Thu 24-Feb-11 06:39 PM
>The skin tones are marvelous. Nice work.
Wow...thanks! I've been doing a lot of practice to get a comment like that!
What do you think about the composition? I probably need to take that front, blue pacifier out of the picture in post....maybe that would help it up.
Someone mentioned that his face wasn't very sharp. What do you think about that?
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#3. "RE: D7000 and Raw - How'd I do?" | In response to Reply # 2billD80 Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Fri 25-Feb-11 10:08 PM
>>The skin tones are marvelous. Nice work.
>Wow...thanks! I've been doing a lot of practice to get a
>comment like that!
>What do you think about the composition?
The eyes are sharp, and with people, animals, bugs, you almost ALWAYS want the eyes sharp. They are very sharp. The fact that the rest is a little softer only adds to the gentleness of the image.
You could have moved in closer to the face, but for what this is, you have a nice image.
Keep away from the "bull'seye", centered composition approach common to most point and shoot users, and really use the whole image area. Treat your viewfinder like a canvas. Use it all.