Fly back to T.O. and recreate the moment...yes you're welcome.
Nice comment, Kitchen.Haley, if you have a photo program in which you can adjust the temperature and color, try to make the temp higher and the color adjust to more the magenta side (It usually goes from cienne to magenta and your photo looks very cienne to me.)I'm not sure if that will help, but there's my 2 cents.
Or just send it to me and I'll doctor it for you and send it back!
One of my fav pics of Adam was way overexposed and nothing I did would help. UNTIL, I printed it in black and white. Looks great now. Sepia would work too.
It needs density and warmth. Overexposure is very difficult to remedy, but add some yellow, take out some cyan (blue) and add some density... but not too much because then you just look like you have some weird skin disease.however, if you take Tara up on her advice, I would come with you, and just take the picture until I had the perfect exposure.You're welcome
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