First Model Shots (Pt 2)

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  1. Photoboy

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    A couple of the black & whites from the shoot.

    This first one is done is a duotone to give it a darker feel.
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    And, this one is just pure b/w.
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    These two were specifcally for her portfolio.

    Thoughts? Criticisms? Tips?
     
  2. hobbes28

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    Ahh yes. Much better shots here. I've recently been moved to the black and white side so I think these are wonderful. I also think the model looks more natural in these. Keep them coming.
     
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    Cool Pics.

    The pictures can be commercial ads for shampoo. the hair looks soft.
    like the expression in 1st pic.

    Good job Photoboy. :D
     
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    Like your Signature :D
     
  5. Harpper

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    They are both nice but if I had to choose I would say the first one is better with its composition and softer glowing tone. I think her pose in the first one is more interesting to look at too. In both pictures I think the stair railing is a bit distracting especially in the first picture. Besides that I think you have great portrait pictures here.
     
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    I like them both for different reasons. Both very natural - great work.
     
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    Both are nice poses and exposures, but I think they are both too soft. The blurring, airbrushing seems overdone to me. She's a pretty girl, and I doubt her skin needs that much softening.
     
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    I agree on every count
     
  9. Alison

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    I really like these two much better than the first. Her pose and expression really make the image that much more attractive. I do agree that they are a touch too soft. That is of course a personal preference, but as others stated she is very beautiful and I think it would be a stronger image with less softening.
     

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