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Underwater Portrait

Aaron Davis

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As I don't get to check my images on a computer, could someone firstly tell me if these images are too dark.
Secondly which colour treatment works better?


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Venomator

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Rog...
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I suppose it does depend on what kind of effect you were trying to achieve Aaron... :cool:

My personal preference is for the second iMage as it shows on the laptop - which may, in my experience be a different order to that seen on the iDevices (it may be useful to number the iMages to avoid confusion?) - so it is the deeper, golden colour in the right side... :thumbs:

They look to be about right in terms of exposure, with the one I prefer being lighter if anything, and the treatment gives the subject a sort of 'peace in death' style that is really rather chilling, but a stunning pair sir and a brilliant and different way to tackle portraiture, love the style Aaron... ;)

More details on taking and processing if you please and was this done using the OverBoard bag... :D
 

Aaron Davis

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Hi Rog, this was taken today in my sons pool using the overboard camera bag. I shot the photo using the timer function in Camera + then used snapseed for processing. Thanks for the input Rog. :)

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RoseCat

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Catherine
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Aaron Davis said:
As I don't get to check my images on a computer, could someone firstly tell me if these images are too dark.
Secondly which colour treatment works better?

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These are GREAT. I'm no help right now because I'm not on a computer, but as far as color I like the first one with the blue/green tones. It feels more deep sea, bottom of the lake to me. Really a great eerie shot no matter which you choose! :D

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AlyZen Moonshadow

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I like the middle one, it has more definition. The first one is deep and mysterious, but a bit too dark and shadowy. The third one is a tad too bright and the image loses a little focus around the face and jawline. The one in the middle has just the right balance between dark and light, draws the eye to see the whole picture, and maintains a sense of mystery and surrealism.
 

Aaron Davis

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Mobi Veteran
Veevs said:
I'm with Catherine, like the first one best, feel the colours flow better!
Thanks Veevs, I decided to go with the first one for it's cooler tones on the highlight areas. Colour and lighting always perplexes me.

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vixenscry

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Real Name
Victoria Martin
Venomator said:
I suppose it does depend on what kind of effect you were trying to achieve Aaron... :cool:

My personal preference is for the second iMage as it shows on the laptop - which may, in my experience be a different order to that seen on the iDevices (it may be useful to number the iMages to avoid confusion?) - so it is the deeper, golden colour in the right side... :thumbs:

They look to be about right in terms of exposure, with the one I prefer being lighter if anything, and the treatment gives the subject a sort of 'peace in death' style that is really rather chilling, but a stunning pair sir and a brilliant and different way to tackle portraiture, love the style Aaron... ;)

More details on taking and processing if you please and was this done using the OverBoard bag... :D
It's very Botticelli , is my interpretation, 2 does it for me ! I agree with the Ven man to a tee ! Great pic :) a very thought over decision ! It's all in the eye of the beholder Lol !
 
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