Brotherly Senior Photos time

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  1. austriker

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    Howdy

    So I rarely shoot people, and even less do I pose people and shoot them... So taking that into account I decided to shoot my brother's senior photos...

    Pretty much we were rushed because he left for the summer (went to college summer program) and I worked everyday. So basically we did not have much time to shoot. In fact most of the days we did not have very decent weather at all- it was either raining or uber harsh sunlight with no clouds. ... But all excuses aside, please give me some feedback. Pretty all of the shots are with natural light (I dont like fake light) although I tried a bit with a sb600 shot into a small umbrella I borrowed..

    the exif data should be there because I linked them in from my flickr (if not check out my stream in my sig)

    Used D300 with 55-200 f/4-5.6, 50mm f/1.8 and 18-55 f/3.5-5.6

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    more to follow (I am the process of editing, but its hard working 2 jobs AND watching World Cup which is like a full time job.. USA USA!)
     
  2. Robin Usagani

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    I would flattened the skin a little. Did you follow the school's senior photo guidelines?
     
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    i hope you dont mind.. here is my edit.
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  4. austriker

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    Aw I didnt know the school has any deadlines I think they are just for my bro. The school does not really have any guidlines for photos submitted for the yearbook if that is what you are talking about...

    WHOA! how did you do that? No I do not mind, this way I can learn.. IS that all clone stamp or something??
     
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    you can use healing brush or use a photoshop filter. I used 3rd party photoshop plugin Topaz.
     
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    I like #3 better and I decided to edit it, hope you like.
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  7. austriker

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    wow did you do the same editing thing?? thats crazyly better
     
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    I used a plug-in in CS3, healing brush, and sharpen filter for the eyes.
     

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