Julie, sweet girl. C&C please.

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by cauzimme, Nov 17, 2009.

  1. cauzimme

    cauzimme No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I take this pictures this summer with Julie a friend of mine.
    Don't comment about de model please, be nice.


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  2. bigtwinky

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    I'm no portrait shooter, so your milage with my CC may vary.

    Some pictures seem to have a forced pose, not natural to the model. The pictures that look forced to me are 1, 3, 6. If she isn't a professional model, that could explain the lack of interest in the poses. :)

    I really do like her expression in 5 and 7.

    Nice job technically on the images, they are sharp with good colour. Watch out for the shadows when there is something behind her, such as in 1 and 2 (mostly 2).

    I know you said no comments on the model, but she looks comfortable with the camera and someone who isn't camera shy, making her an interesting subject.
     
  3. AverageJoe

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    I think overall these are good representations of the subjects beauty but I think there could have been a more interesting setting used and variations of settings/lighting to make them a little more interesting.
     
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    I think the skirt is a bit short and her legs are a bit wide open, and its a bit distracting.

    but real talk? Shes a pretty model, i like the scene, just find the poses are forced and cheesy.
     
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    agreed.

    i really like 1, 2 and 8.

    all the others seem like shes forcing the pose.

    pictures look GREAT. :thumbup:
     
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    Direct sunlight is not the most fattering lighting for people. Especially beautiful women. I might suggest that you use an open shaded area or backlighting, and fill flash set at minus 1 1/2 to 2 stops, for more pleasant and flattering skin tones. Shooting wide open will also give you a shallower depth of field and isolate your subject from the background.

    You're off to a good start, now it's time to fine tune your technique.
     

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