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I became paranoid
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Published: March 9, 2009
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WalnutFries's avatar
WalnutFries|Hobbyist General Artist
I love this picture

You look like Young Neil from SP vs. The World
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vinagracia's avatar
youre so cuteee mi amor! jejeje... :heart:
awesome shot by the way :D
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diva2072's avatar
nice pic...and ur cute!!!:)
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celuloide's avatar
aww thank you $:
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Denitorious's avatar
Nice Clean White.
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UnQuotes's avatar
Whao you're eyes are Beautiful !
:iconiloveitplz:
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celuloide's avatar
awww,
thank you :$
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Isslye's avatar
I love your style.
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marustahl| General Artist
aw cute :)
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celuloide's avatar
thank you :$
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Dynaa's avatar
I think you're pretty cute (:
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Dynaa's avatar
Hehe, sorry. Couldn't help myself :)
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MomentInPause's avatar
tu camara esta con ganas

tu camiseta tambien
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inspiredcreativity|Professional Digital Artist
You are a most handsome guy.

I did not see any information on your camera. Have you considered experimenting with HDRI (High Dynamic Range Imaging)? I think it the wave of the future.

Most of the time when you see it, it looks very dramatic, almost like 3D. But photographers all of the world are using it more and more in a subtle way, simply to enhance dynamic range, while maintaining detail in shadows and highlights.

HDRI is now being using in Portrait Photography now too.

You camera is likely to be fully ready. You need to be able to shoot in RAW, and it helps if your camera has auto-bracketing, which I believe it does.

You can process with Photoshop CS2 and above, or with Photomatix.

If you would like more information, just let me know and I will note it too you.
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Personally, I don't like a lot HDR, but I accept some photos on HDR are really good.

I prefer photos with more contrast between highlights and shadows. It looks more... realistic? I don't know how to explain it haha and sorry for my bad english :)
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inspiredcreativity|Professional Digital Artist
The HDRI I speak of is very little used. Just enough to improve. The idea of HDRI is to increase contrast, but still get some pixel details in highlights and shadows.

High contrast is Ok, but try to avoid blowout. Blowout is when an area goes all bright with no pixels.
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