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Great Expectations
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Published: August 8, 2009
© 2009 - 2019 Kaddieee
I saw this little guy in the zoo examining the fake ice-cream cone, seeming to be frustrated with it... I just took the camera and shot and I'm really happy I did.

Let me know what you think, every feedback is appreciated! :D

PS: I referred this to my scrapbook, because my good friend *Timbosteron pointed out to me that I didn't ask the kid's parents if I could use this image in any way - and he's absolutely right. If someone did the same with my kids I'd feel strange about that, too, I guess. (If I put them online, that's something else :D)
Image size
2848x2848px 4.04 MB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D90
Shutter Speed
1/800 second
Aperture
F/5.0
Focal Length
165 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Aug 8, 2009, 3:40:43 PM
Comments11
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SnapperRodHobbyist Photographer
Nice intriguing shot that shows the inquisitive nature of children. Personally, I think the boy's facial features are a little to dark and probably made so by the colour of his shirt.
Kaddieee's avatar
yeah, you're right, he's a bit too dark, :devrockyoursocksoff: said that too, I work on my pictures on my laptop on the sofa usually and when it's too light outside sometimes I don't get it quite right. I'll upload it again!
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SnapperRodHobbyist Photographer
Don't tweak it to much as you know how easy it is to overcook!!
Kaddieee's avatar
just uploaded it again, did you notice? I tried to keep it natural and just brightened it up a bit and dodged / burned (which one is which? I can never remember) the head a bit.
SnapperRod's avatar
SnapperRodHobbyist Photographer
That looks better. Me, I don't use Dodge/Burn that much. I tend to use a combination of Brightness/Contrast and/or Saturation/Lightness layers on the areas requiring specific attention.
Kaddieee's avatar
ah, so you select the area that you wanna work on or do you use masks? Oops, here come the questions again... :sheepish:
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SnapperRodHobbyist Photographer
I select the area I want to work on either with the Quick Selection Tool if is is a simple uncomplicated area or one of the Lasso Tools if a complex area. Because it is a selective area the Layer will auto generate a mask and only expose that specific area.
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livvlushHobbyist Traditional Artist
Completely picks up a child's curiosity for bright colourful things.
Kaddieee's avatar
no, he didn't dare to taste it :D It was way too scary!
Rockyoursocksof's avatar
I would only say that there could be a little more light ;) Uppsss... i`ve forget that i`m fired :P
Btw did he taste it? :P
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