Discussion in 'People Photography' started by JMLPictures, Dec 22, 2009.
Let me know what you think!
The underexposed is done on purpose.
Probably needs an NSFW warning...
Umm, yeah. Glad my wife was in the kitchen.
Oh ok.. sorry bout that. Ill edit it for that.
wife doesnt like art?
If i was a guy i'd be turned on by this and doing something. Heck im a girl and might even use this picture.
Not exactly the kind of comments i was looking for...
I like 'em. Kind of a cold feeling with the hint of blue, and the way she's holding herself. I think 1 and 2 are a little too underexposed, or maybe just need a little light on her face to be able to see it better. I like 3 the best. Gorgeous model too. Well done.
I feel this is an inappropriate comment for a photography discussion board. What does masturbation have to do with the image quality and composition? Sure, you can comment on the sexual tones of the images, but seriously, grow up.
As for the image, I'm still undecided about the tones. The hint of blue works in the second image where i see the jeans, but in the first, I get a vibe of undead, due to the blueish greyish skin.
I do like the overall lighting though.
I'm not a fan of the crop on the first image. I dont like how her left arm is cut like that.
As for a NSFW, I really do not see the need for that in the title. What is not safe? There is no nudity in the photo. It is art. I'll make sure to put up a NSFW if I ever I take a photo of Michelangelo's David. :meh:
Is there any way to ban people who make those kinds of comments.? This is the second time in a few days I have seen comments like these.
And Bigtwinky, thank you for the comments. This was really the first time doing shots like this so I am glad to get some feedback. Do you think the others would work better b&w?
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It was a personal feeling. If you and the model enjoy the colour tone, then its all good. But as its just a colour toning, you have the option of redoing it, so why not give it a try, play with contrast/levels/curves in photoshop and see what you get.
I like to see the one with jeans with maybe a bit MORE blue to it, so maybe just up the blue saturation alone. Not selective colouring though, that wouldnt work for this image.
For the other, I think a straight BW would work, but again, thats just me.
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