Discussion in 'People Photography' started by DanOstergren, Nov 15, 2017.
I know. I couldn't help but picture him carrying me off into the sunset the entire time we were shooting. My assistant was drooling over him as well.
Thank you, and I agree. Retouching can be done without wiping away details in the skin, like pores. Pores make someone look real, like a human. Wiping away that texture creates an unrelatable disconnect between the viewer and the subject, it erases any sort of emotion, and the fact that they look fake becomes a focal point of it's own.
that is one sexy beast!
I'll agree with this twice.
On an aesthetic level I like the first one the best. On a human level I like the second. Good stuff. Did you use a reflector for fill in the headshot?
Thank you. Yes I did.
I like them, only issue I'm having is I have to scroll to see the whole image. Is that something in the settings I can change?
You could do a right click on it and select "open image in new tab", depending on your browser.
He is disgustingly out of shape! I mean, what's with the strange lumps all over his arms, and his stomach is flat! that's just not right!!!
Very nice set, I like the second one the best, I think.
You should see if he wants to do another shoot once he is "in shape".
I know, I told him he needed to think long and hard about his lifestyle, and that he can't get by on just being a slob like that! Some people...
Thank you. He's already agreed to another shoot. He won't be returning to competitive body building until next year though.
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