Discussion in 'General Critical Analysis' started by Efergoh, Jun 29, 2007.
2nd image of the set...
IMO, cross-processing doesn't retrieve this picture from being more than a snap of someone from knee-level.
It's blurry. Did you want it to be blurry?
The print isn't really all that blurry. It isn't tack sharp, but it isn't as far oof as this. I didn't color correct this one. This slide is from a 400ISO roll, so it game out really really grainy.
Actually, I was sitting on my duff.
It isn't always about fine art or "photo journalism." The actual assignment was fashion/editorial shot on slides and cross processed.. Not really my forte, but I think this certainly rises above the level of a snapshot.
Who is this woman? What's her personality like? What is she feeling? I think if you concentrated on those areas, the cross processing might just pay off. Just keep trying different stuff
Heh...she didn't have one.
She was a model who hired me to shoot various shots to flesh out her portfolio. Since I also had a cross process assignment for school, I shot her with slides while I was shooting her stuff.
This was one of the poses and location she wanted. I shot it with digital, then kept her there and shot with slides.
I have another roll that I did with another model in the studio. She was a bit more animated, and frankly, I enjoyed that shoot a bit more so I have a better feeling about those...
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