Discussion in 'General Critical Analysis' started by just x joey, Oct 10, 2007.
I just did...in your other thread...lol.
I love this one. She looks amazing and you did a really good job making it into a perfect portrait.
Basic to portraiture is that NO part of the model or her clothes should blend into the background and in particular due to underexposure or poor lighting. I said it before and I will say it again: You need to look at the basics of good portraiture before continuing.
i dun see how they blend in, but thanks for the pointers!
Really like this one. Good camera work. Certainly captured an interesting moment. What would you like us to critique?
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Well, to put it more simply, you cannot tell where her clothes on the left end and the background begins.
oh okay, i see now, thank you.
I didn't even notice till you pointed it out, and now I can't get my eyes off it...lol. Good point.
Sorry. It does indeed look like she's lacking the lower half of her torso, and not simply because of the way she's sitting.
i like the shot, if you study if you find the flaws but i just like looking at pictures
Now that Skieur told the "proper" way to light a portrait, you can work on doing that, while keeping in mind that there are no rules to lighting a portrait. I think this works pretty well.
Nice shot just X joey
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