Catalogue Shoot

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  1. oCyrus55

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    I got to shoot some new fall items for a local clothing company for their VIP customer catalogue. It was exciting. Here are 2, if I have more time, I'll put more up.

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    Thanks for looking!
     
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    How flippin' exciting is that!?!?! And those are awesome I am jealous! LOL
     
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    Very nice oCyrus! Good focus, color, and depth of field in #1.

    I dont usually like high contrast shots, but I do like the look of it in #2 quite a bit. Cool trees and light in the background on that one.

    NJ
     
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    very cool!! great shots, gorgeous model and the clothes are nice too! x great work... lucky you x
     
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    Thanks everyone!
     
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    Love the second shot. Slightly non sensical. I mean why is he walking off of a chair in the middle of someone's back yard. Somehow very effective. You and or the art director get extra credit. Everything from his sandals, to his blazer to his twelve o' clock shadow works well.

    Love & Bass
     
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    great job oCyrus. Super capture in #1.
    Was #2 shot on uneven ground? It looks like part of the background is level but the chair and bushes on left lean to the left. Not a biggy but was wondering.
    I like the pose concept although the strong vertical composition leaves from tight cropping at the top and bottom.

    And congrats on the catalogue shoot.That is fantastic. I sure the great work here will lead to future work as well.
     

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