CC - Sexy Photoshoot - NN but might be NSFW

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Guinness Man, Dec 28, 2009.

  1. Guinness Man

    Guinness Man TPF Noob!

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    Indoor. Natural Lighting. Post processed as best I could.
    Let me have it. I have tough skin. lol

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    The first two seemed to have missed the focus point... and the model doesn't do much for me. I like 3 the best though.

    Also, I don't really like the result of the b & w with red pillow and lips... One or the other, (i would prefer lips only though)
     
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    Thanks Ross. I see your points. I really like number 7.
    3 is one of my favs. Kind of Emo even though she isnt. lol
     
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    Sure... please take my C&C with a grain of salt as i am just getting into this hobby also (I also rock a D5000 though)
     
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    A lot of these seem to have missed focus. How are you focusing? Do you use the automatic focus selection? #2 looks like she is giving off a "rude gesture" if you know what I mean. I think #4 is my favorite, it seems the best focused of the bunch.

    As far as selective coloring (like on #5), people who know me, know I'm not a big fan, and I think going either full color or full B&W is always a better option. Some people like it, but a lot of photographers think it cheapens the photo, and makes it not look as good. If you insist on selective coloring, here's a tip, most of the time, you should only color the subject, or where you want someone to look first. In a selective colored shot, your eyes almost always go directly to the colored portion of the shot first. In this shot, I immediately looked at the pillow, and that drew my eyes right out of the frame. I didn't initially realize her lips were colored. I'm looking at it again, and now I see you left the eyes colored. Be very picky about what you leave colored in a selective colored shot. Subtle is almost always better than drastic (but not always).
     
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    Its on auto focus. Her room was TINY and I was litterally 2 feet from her while shooting. Your point is well taken, I noticed that as well after looking at them post.

    All in all I am happy with them but yeah... room for improvement.

    Thanks for the coloring tip. Again, good advise.
     
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    Not sexy in my opinion.
     
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    I like #4. Don't like the selective color in #5 (distracting) and like #6 but not the strange shadow in the background.
     
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    7 is my fave
     
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    agree, not to be rude.... but she isn't the greatest looking. The only photo that I like, that seems to have focused correctly is the last one.
     
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    HikinMike No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I think that comment is rude. I think comments should be about the pose, light etc.....not the model. ;)
     
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    Seven is my favorite...The white balance might be a little off though and her face seems a little soft. Of course, I'm no expert - these are just my observations. I may be way off base here. Experts?

    One more note...The wrinkle in the wall directly behind her and just above her right shoulder is a little distracting to me. Nothing serious...Just an observation.

    Well done. Cheers!
    - Dan
     

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