Debbie B&W

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by pink_panther, Oct 15, 2007.

  1. pink_panther

    pink_panther TPF Noob!

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    I know you are probably going to say because its a B&W picture it is in the wrong forum, however, I just wanted to post it here to gauge a response from "people" photographers.

    This is Debbie, one of many I have taken of her. I captured this shot in a very impromptu manner. After a recent shoot on Studland Beach, both herself and Natalie another model decided to go for a dip in the sea. When she was walking back up the beach, this is the "snap" I got of her as she was running the water out of her hair with her fingers. Taken with a 70-300mm lense, I loved the result. I hope you do as well. C&C always welcomed.

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    Chris
     

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    She looks slightly upset and her body angle throws me off a bit. But i think for a" in the moment shot" its fairly nice. Good shot.
     
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    B&W is fine here, I think.
    I like this shot. I don't see a problem with the angle of the body.
     
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    smooth out her face it photoshop.
     
  5. pink_panther

    pink_panther TPF Noob!

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    What is the best way to do this Joey, Ive never tried to edit someones facial feature in PS.

    Any guidance here would be a great help.
     

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