Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by rub, Sep 30, 2008.
C&C is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
#1 doesn't matter that the jacket is gone. It's white, who cares.
#2 is definitely cool, more interesting of a pose than #1.
#3 were you facing the sun? Because it is hitting you guys hard especially if it flares up the left side of her like that, and still manages to be slightly under-exposed (JUST SLIGHTLY!)
#4 is pretty spot on.
What was the point of these shots? Is this a client, or just a fun session with a hot friend. . .0_0
Oh and rule of thumb, always better to under than overexpose. Sounds cliched but has saved my bacon more than once.
Thanks for the feedback. I really havent spent much time at all processign these, but I can definately fix the exposure. As I am new to using a reflector, I just metered it incorrectly.
These shots were for a friend, who will become a client She is my go-to makeup artist for many of my other clients as well. She will be using some of the images for herself, and will now be partnering with me on a couple of projects.
Looking good; I'll just add that in #4 it might work better if she were looking in to rather than out of the image.
Thanks John. We were just moving to a different location, and I happened to cath that shot. When I reviewed it later, I thought the same thing!
I would like #1 best if the head was not topped off. As is, I go with #4 but wish she was looking into the frame.
I really like number four. I can see what they're saying about her looking at you could benefit. But I think its a really good shot.
Thanks for the feedback!
i like #2 and 4 the best, the others are good i jsut liek those the ebst
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