Tamron 90 mm /2.8
Exposure: 1/250 sec at f/5, ISO 100
I was very conservative processing this picture.
IMO applying HDR to a face may make the person look older because one of HDR objectives is binging out details. maybe it's better idea if you want to make a hyper portrait. btw this picture is not bad
Well... I am not sure if I understand you. In first part you are criticizing use of HDR for portrait on the other hand you are saying that picture is not bad. Using HDR helped me to bring all details (hat and face) in relatively difficult light condition.
You can hardly see that it is HDR.
Go back to no HDR , remove the right hairs and you got a great portrait !
You try to change the concept of this picture when I preset her as realistic as I could with all imperfection on her skin, hair in her mouth. That is a character of this picture. Of course I can make her looks perfect with plastic like face but it
... it is my expression of her.
I rest my case. This is a another Caudine Forks case
Will pass Ap as I don't want to be part of others contraversy but.. nice pic of a very attractive lady.. Catch ya latter..!!
very nice, the skin is very difficult, this is good
I give it a 9 for its realism
I will jump into the fray. I like this picture. The skin is not overly processed, the features of the face don't look clownish, the details of the hat looks great. I also like the reflection of the glasses and the loose hair is part of the lady. I wou
I would never clone it out. Deserves way more than a 6. Hope that helps.
Pandarino is right