We need to lift the exposure – if you look at this on an iPad – I think you will see the right exposure level. The colors in the 8×8 canvas sample you sent me last week are good – the exposure level needs to be higher. I modified the file slightly to eliminate a lot of the tree branches at the edges. I will need to send you a new file for the canvas sample. Then when my client returns later this week (March 14) – they will pick out the frame for their floating framed canvas!
thanks so much for being so attentive to my orders – I truly appreciate the personalized support!
When I spoke to Ryan briefly yesterday (Sunday) – he mentioned that he wanted more browns in the background. Please let me know what you think of these two versions – the first is an image I captured last fall at Accotink Lake, and the second are pine branches with more brown added.
Hi Ryan and Tammy,
I hope you like Winston’s portrait as much as I do. He was a beautiful dog! Here’s the image that I used as a reference point – very much like the one with his “birthday hat”:And here are the eight different options – two different angles for his head – one with it tilted slightly, and one with it straight. Let me know what you think. I gave you several different options for backgrounds. I kept the colors on the “subtle” side – especially for the backgrounds since I didn’t want the background competing with Winston. I can also swap out backgrounds depending on which version of Winston you like. If you will – just call me when you’ve had a chance to look at these: 703-989-0001 – thanks again!