Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by JimmyO, Mar 13, 2010.
I like the framing on the first one, nice shot.
Don't like the second or third.
Is this your clothing company? I would suggest dressing the model up a little better. The pajama pants are distracting and don't fit any of the poses or the theme of BMX. The shirt is also wrinkled, so that is unprofessional as well.
I'd say fix those two things and the results would be a lot better.
Heres the backstory:
woke up at 1
saw my shirt i ordered came in
took pictures with PJ's on
But I completly agree on what you said about it being unprofessional
#1 - The wraparound light on the jawline is hurting you.
#2 - You have no jawline.
#3 - Yes, that's interesting............ it's called a penis.
Your penis is on your belly button
Facial expression on #2 is not very appealing.
It looks a lot better on#1
Usually, fashion models look straight at the camera when posing alone. It's not easy but practice can get you there.
I like the crop of the bike and the use of vertical composition.
Maybe standing behind the bike would be an option as well.
The PJ-pants have to go though...
Put on some cool baggy skater-pants or whatever young people wear these days to make it look more street-like.
Clean execution, sharp images - good work.
Switch the pjs with jeans, move outside to a skatepark or something, iron the shirt, and stop with the goofy poses - replace them with just chillin on your bike or standing next to it atop a dropin or something and they'll be wayy better.
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