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Tyler Crump Photography

Posts: 1

Salt Lake City, Utah, US

http://www.flickr.com/photos/charleshil … hotostream

I really love how it just pops. I'm still fairly new to Photoshop, so some direction and guidance on how to achieve a look like this would be great! Thanks!

I just do this as a hobby and am here to learn!

Tyler

Dec 06 12 09:44 pm Link

Photographer

Kev Lawson

Posts: 10890

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

[url=http://florida.arrests.org/Arrests/Tyler_Waitt_2207044 wrote:
Tyler[/url] Crump Photography] http://www.flickr.com/photos/charleshil … hotostream

I really love how it just pops. I'm still fairly new to Photoshop, so some direction and guidance on how to achieve a look like this would be great! Thanks!

I just do this as a hobby and am here to learn!

Tyler

Nothing special... looks all in camera. Read up on Depth of Field to see how you get the focus to appear that way. It is all about lighting, aperture and shutter speed. Her hair looks to be naturally red. Maybe slightly tweaked in post.

Dec 06 12 09:55 pm Link

Photographer

Lee Nutter

Posts: 160

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Crush the blacks, learn about curves or levels.

Dec 06 12 10:40 pm Link

Photographer

pellepiano

Posts: 2294

Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden

She pops mostly because her face is the brightest part of the images, besides the top of the car door.
She seems to be lit with a softbox in front ( camera right ).
Her hair seems to be dodge and burned a little, and colorwise maybe exaggerated a little.
There are no real blacks. The blackpoint is raised a little.

Dec 07 12 12:52 am Link

Photographer

richy01

Posts: 153

Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

Looking at Charles's website and PF he uses a lot open aperture so  little dof.
Raise the blackpoint and maybe used some Florabella actions for the coloring...

Dec 07 12 07:21 am Link