Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by swmocity, Feb 1, 2009.
i promise that i'm not trying to be rude.. but is that a girl or a guy??
pics arent bad.. not a fan of the selective coloring in the first one
If you can't tell that she is a female, then you need to get out more. Seriously.
Selective coloring does nothing for the first image at all. The lighting is pretty harsh looking to me anyway. Good shots for the most part though.
The backgrounds in all four pictures are busy and distracting. They pull the eye away from the model.
i dunno if any of you guys have canon but on the custom functions..it has a option for av mode where the shutter speed is always 200..i dont know the exact name for it..."av sync" or something...this was my first time using it...200 speed @ night...1600 iso...flash was 1/3 i think...anyone else ever used this
The watermark bugs me more than the backgrounds.
Right, because we don't want anything in the way of taking images for other uses.
Sorry, man, but I have no trouble with people protecting their images in whatever way they see fit. It doesn't take anything away from the technical aspects of the image.
I think the lighting could have been softer... wax paper over the flash? Just a thought as an inexpensive way to soften the flash.
dont be sorry its fine...its good to learn form other people...i have a flash diffuser but i forgot to bring it with me
I dont have a problem with people protecting their images either however there are much less distracting ways of doing so. To be honest my eyes went right to the watermark the first time I looked at the image. I think what bugs me is the red.
sorry, but i've worked on the streets of Toronto feeding homeless people and prostitutes... there were some of them who I had no idea until I was told.. and its not because I need to get out more, its because they looked so feminine...
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