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post #91 of 7230
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Originally Posted by CDFS View Post
That's possible. I dislike digital photograps for this reason. Everything looks brightly coloured and everything looks in focus, in those. Too much so.

... there are ways to manipulate anything you want, in both digital and film photography.
post #92 of 7230
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
... there are ways to manipulate anything you want, in both digital and film photography.
I'm sure. I'm talking about RTS (Ready To See) digital photography vs the earlier kind. Perhaps I've seen the result of too many cheap digital cameras, but then the colours look off. But this is taking off topic too far
post #93 of 7230
This just in:



I think the arms are way too skinny. Combined with the skinny trousers, he looks like a blue M&M character. The button stance appears a little too high to me, but I'm less sure about that. I think the colors are perfect. Now I want a navy blue double-breasted blazer.

Foofed:



I just made the sleeves fuller. Better, worse?
post #94 of 7230
I am not sure I see what you are saying about the sleeves, but the button stance I agree on. Also the pants just look a little too short and tapered.
post #95 of 7230
Unfoofed is 10x better IMO. Can't get it right all the time...
post #96 of 7230
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
Unfoofed is 10x better IMO. Can't get it right all the time...

You like it, the imbalance?
post #97 of 7230
Why not do the trou too? Now he looks big on top, narrow on bottom.
post #98 of 7230
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
Why not do the trou too? Now he looks big on top, narrow on bottom.

I don't have such a problem with the trousers. Maybe they could be a tiny bit fuller, but I think the sleeves are the real culprit.
post #99 of 7230
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
I don't have such a problem with the trousers. Maybe they could be a tiny bit fuller, but I think the sleeves are the real culprit.

Not really. The way you 'foofed' it makes him look like a linebacker without man legs.
post #100 of 7230
In the foofed version, looks like he's trying to smuggle sausages in his sleeves.
post #101 of 7230
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Why not do the trou too? Now he looks big on top, narrow on bottom.
+1
post #102 of 7230
You guys are all wrong. Girly arms belong on girls.
post #103 of 7230
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
You guys are all wrong. Girly arms belong on girls.

If this is so, maybe SW&D ought to be renamed GW&D
post #104 of 7230
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Originally Posted by AJL View Post
If this is so, maybe SW&D ought to be renamed GW&D

The way some of them wear jeans I bet there will be a sudden influx of less manly men soon to come.
post #105 of 7230
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Foofed version fafails.

Also - look at the angle at which the picture is taken. The jacket could very well be slim fitting in line with the arms but you wouldn't be able to tell from this angle.
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