Morgan's First Marathon by zarth ()
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Proud runner and a proud mother. I like that the emotion has been captured. Any suggestions on how to deal with the harsh shadows?
Your suggestions and critiques are most welcome.
Canon Digital Rebel XT
Image Comments (8)
Richardphotos () 9:44PM | Mon, 20 March 2006
just a suggestion, take your image and save it twice at least. then adjust the image for brightness until you are satisfied and open up one of your saved ones and using the clone tool replace the shadow areas from the brightned copy. a free program called Faststone viewer is really excellent for adjust poorly exposed images. you have nothing to feel bad about because it is still an excellent picture and keepsake
froznlife42 () 10:06PM | Mon, 20 March 2006
The only thing I've been suggested was to watch for those mid day sun photos. But then... I wasn't shooting people at the time either. What a beautiful photo of such a special moment!! They'll both remember this for a long time. Way to go Morgan!!!! Yaaaaaaaaaa...
jcv2 () 10:16AM | Tue, 21 March 2006
Yay, what a joy to reach the finish! Love the natural expression of admiration on the faces! Terrific work! :)
b2amphot () 7:17PM | Tue, 21 March 2006
Trust me, IMHO that special shot doesn't suffer from a few shadows. A wonderful moment well captured.
zarth () 8:42AM | Wed, 22 March 2006
Thanks for the advice and encouragement. It's fun to be shooting again.
DJB () 12:10AM | Mon, 27 March 2006
I imagine you could always use a flash. Fills in the dark spots.Looks good to me though. This is a wonderful moment of triumph and emotion.
iaacf () 2:43PM | Mon, 27 March 2006
Yes, a fill in flash does the trick in this kind of situations... but.. it keeps being difficult to get everything in the picture right... but.. does it have to be.. I think sometimes not...In this case the mood is the most important thing..the technical details are also important, but less.