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So this has been quite the week. And it's been going on for so long that some stuff has already faded into the background. Like the fact that I spent over half the week OBSESSING over Sapphire the blue eyed pittie that I posted a link to last week, and was preparing for the arguments that always happen before I bring home another animal as I persuade my mom that YES we can have another one. Appearently she has aggression issues with other females and made on bleed (then was returned), and sent another to the vet (while in the process biting her owner, and was again returned), so I decided that there was no way I could bring a dog like her into the house, and decided not to go visit her. I ended up crying, but now I'm focusing again on Britt and Bello and not dreaming about a third dog (unless it is an Akita).
Then on Wednesday I believe, Bello and my neighbor's GSD got into a fight. In the past I have mentioned that Bello HATES Rebel (the GSD). Well I had Bello out on his 50 ft leash when they brought Rebel out off leash to go play with my other neighbor's dog. I pulled Bello in close and kept him behind a car so he couldn't see Rebel. The owner was watching Rebel, but then Rebel chased the other dog around the house, Bello was then in veiw once he was on the other side of the house and the owner wasn't paying attention. Rebel ran straight for him, and almost got hit by a car in the process. This fact didn't even deter him, he just ran around the car and continued straight at Bello. Bello was jumping up to "greet" him like BRING IT ON MOTHERFUCKER. Barking his little crazy head off, meanwhile Rebel who weighs in at AT LEAST 110 pounds and is as tall as great dane came in at Bello like I wolf. I pushed Bello behind me and attempted to grab Rebel by his choker. I remember thinking wow, I'm asking to get my face bit. One of them got away from me and they went at it. And they were trying to kill each other, it wasn't a little fight. They hate each other, and one of them was going to die at the end of this fight. And seeing as Bello is one third his size you can imagine my fear at which dog that would be. Rebel's owner came over and was screaming at him, grabbing him trying to pull him back and I'm trying to pull Bello away. She was pulling him away at one point and he was holding onto Bello, so I started punching him. I quit that because I remembered that actually doesn't help. They seperated for a few moments and Bello was still going crazy, they weren't done yet. Bello was trying his damndest to reach him again. I jerked his collar and probably smacked hima few times, anything to snap him out of his demonic rage. Well the asshole bit me, I remember being shocked but not mad, just scared for his life. I know he MEANT to bite me, but I don't think he meant to bite me as hard as he did, just barely breaking skin (though it was really swollen). I once again pushed him behind me and he slipped all the way behind me and grabbed Rebel's butt. Rebel slipped out of his choker and went for Bello's neck. And was holding him down. Rebel's owner grabbed Rebel's tail and just pulled with all her might. And I grabbed Bello's leash trying to get him out from under Rebel.
And that was the end of the fight. It lasted over a minute, Bello was limping HORRIBLY, and there was white fur all over the drive way. I experienced tunnel vision. The only thing I saw was the dogs. No periphrials. I lost track of where Britt was, didn't know when my other neighbor's came out. It was crazy and the hearing that I experienced with it is fading. Though I'm pretty sure when Bello was under Rebel with his neck getting bit, he was screaming like a banshee not a dog in pain. And there was a ton of yelling. My step-dad got home after I had pu Bello up and came back outside and was like "REBEL COME 'ER BOY. 8D" I was like "Stop it, Gary." And then he was like "WHY? COME 'ER REBEL." "STOP IT GARY." Then Lisa (his owner) was like "Rebel's been bad" "What did he do?" "Bello and Rebel got into a fight." "Did Bello start a fight with you Reb?" I had a "are you fucking kidding me moment?" And went into the house, that pissed me off, I was like how dare he not even ask how Bello is. Given he didn't know how bad it was, but still.
Lisa came over and was trying to make sure I was alright, and blah blah blah. Then she came over the next day with her moronic son and when they both walked in they were like "Bello's not gonna bite us right because we smell like Rebel?" I said no, I was thinking YOUR DOG ATTACKED HIM ANYWAY. And then her son was like good because I'd have to... nudge him. The thought process of what he was about to say hit him and he changed. He was going to say hit,kick something like that. The only reason he didn't was because of me. I was thinking, you KNOW I'd beat your ass for that. Even if I was on your property. Don't threat
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A friend asked me to do a headshot for her for business purposes. I was happy to help her out, since she's a good friend, and I am always happy to get practice doing something new.
I set her up in front of a dark background - a neutral, blue-ish sheet. She got herself ready, then we tried various poses and lighting setups.
I liked the natural light, but it was too uneven, leaving half her face in shadow. So I set up an EzyBox with a 580EXII immediately to her right, just outside the frame. That gave even more dramatic light, which we didn't want. I put up another EZBox with another 580EXII on her left, a couple feet away, just to fill in some of the shadows. I set that EZBox as unit C, then dialed the exposure compensation up and down. (It might have been more 'pure' to call that unit B, and change the ratios among that unit and the primary, but her 3 children, as well as my 11 month old daughter, were all climbing and jumping around our feet, so I took the most direct route.)
Anyway, after about 15 shots, the kids' patience wore thin, so we decided to call it a day.
Once I got to the computer, I did some processing. I tried not to go too far, as I didn't want the edits to be obvious. I didn't need to preserve any sense of photorealism, but I didn't want her to look plastic-y either.
Here's what I did in PS:
Adjusted tint because the white balance was weird, with light from the 580s and some greenish ambient light from the trees outside.
Recovered detail from the highlights.
Reduced the natural shine from her skin. I found a great technique for doing this: I created another layer, changed the blend mode to multiply, and cloned from the existing layer, and the layer below. With some soft cloning, the shine gradually disappeared. I LOVE this technique.
Next, I whitened her teeth. Naturally, they are just fine, but photos bring out the details, so I wanted to polish them up a little. I used Viveza 2 to isolate the teeth, desaturated them, boosted their brightness, and lowered their warmth. While I was at it, I cloned out a couple silver fillings.
She had a few fly-away hairs. I removed those by adding another layer, then using Gaussian blur to defocus everything until the hairs disappeared. Then I added a layer mask and painted in only those parts that had the flyaway hairs. This was hard, because I didn't know exactly how smooth to make her hairline. I might have gone too far.
There were some hairs on her jacket, too, that I just cloned out. Ditto for some lint/fuzz on the dark material.
Next, I used the healing brush to take care of a couple of natural blemishes, the things everyone has.
Finally, I applied the Imagenomic Portraiture plug-in filter to smooth her skin slightly. I love this plug-in because it is smart enough to act on skin tones, while leaving other parts of the picture alone. So, the skin around eyes becomes smoother, but the eyelashes stay sharp.
Finally finally, I created a b and w version, just in case she might need that. I used Silver Efex. None of the preset seemed especially great, so I downloaded a new preset, 'business portrait.' I applied it, then tweaked things a bit more (adjusted contrast, tried an orange filter).
Software used: Lightroom 3.2, PS5, Viveza 2, Portraiture, Silver Efex.
Total time in processing: 4 or 5 hours.
Helping a friend: Priceless :)
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