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    This may be against site rules because I never took the photo but I don't care...

    My new arrival due on the 30th January

    Best picture I've seen in a long time, but I may be a tad biased...

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    Actually, as you paid for the services, you own the image. X-rays etc are generally owned by the patient. What you pay for is the professional diagnosis of the scan, not the actual scan itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricktas View Post
    Actually, as you paid for the services, you own the image. X-rays etc are generally owned by the patient. What you pay for is the professional diagnosis of the scan, not the actual scan itself.
    Thanks. Good to know.

    At least I won't have to spend my time waiting for the arrival without Ausphotography access

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    Some brief CC...

    Somewhat OoF and too much contrast.
    Interesting use of a central composure.
    Significant emotional contact with this image, which saves it.

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    Meh, lack of a catchlight ;-)
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    Congrats to you and your partner. the image appears that he/she looks laid back and comfy. sitting back with arm behind the head, enjoying the attention. Sounds like you are over the moon. Top stuff.
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    Already poking his/her tongue out at you too
    I think the mono conversion works exceptionally well in this image.
    But you may have cropped a bit too much of the person off
    Last edited by Ezookiel; 09-08-2012 at 6:40pm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kym View Post
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    Somewhat OoF and too much contrast.
    Interesting use of a central composure.
    Significant emotional contact with this image, which saves it.

    I agree. Disappointing for a professional photographer to produce this kind of work. Clearly also using old equipment with a high iso because its very grainy, you think for the price they charge they could afford the latest DSLR with better noise reduction.

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    OH DEAR!!!!

    You know this is going to seriously hamper any future attempt to buy lenses!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fess67 View Post
    OH DEAR!!!!

    You know this is going to seriously hamper any future attempt to buy lenses!!!
    Its my second and I managed to get a 24-70 and 70-200 after the first arrived. i don't think I'll have that luxury again unless i win the lotto

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    At least they could have focussed on the eyes!

    Congrats!
    I wish you and your partner all the very best.
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