Lisa Marie for Legs Magazine

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  1. joeymas

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    Model Lisa Marie shot for legsmagazine.net - Warning, the magazine is not graphic but does deal in mature subject matter.

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    hmmm, this one seems very oversaturated and underexposed. For a legs magazine-i'd prefer more definition in her lower half for sure.
     
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    Underexposed
     
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    I think my monitor is too bright
     
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    Gray, unevenly lit background, underexposure, and a dirty backdrop are just some of the things wrong.

    It looks like some one was dripping coffee between your model's legs. So if "Legs" isn't about a peeing fetish, I'd probably clone those out. That or try again.

    Plus it looks really soft. And if you're going to apply that much contrast to a photo, you should probably at least throw a hair light on there so it looks like she has hair and not some kind of big helmet.

    Oh, and fix the tan line.
     
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    Not a fan of the background. Its really bright on the right and her shadow makes the photo look off a bit.

    Her hair is also a bit all over the place, for a model shoot, a little bit of hairspray will help.

    Pretty lady though
     
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    lol, your prob right. got paid though. Your in IT right?
     
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    If you want to call it that.
     
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    Well, I take photos for money. I started out doing it for myself and people seemed to like what I do so they offered to pay me to do it for them.

    I consider myself in the bottom 10% of talented artists here on this board because some of you are just mind blowing, but frankly... getting ooos and ahs in a forum is easy.

    Being good enough to do runway shows and shoot product lines for national retailers is something else.

    http://www.christinagowns.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=catalog.catalog&categoryID=288

    The only dif is a photographer has to have the rest of the "package"

    Marketing and a good business Model. Drive and Direction. Passion!

    I don't care what your shots look like. With out the rest of the puzzle pieces, you are doomed to become "MySpace Famous" and nothing more.

    "peeing fetish?"

    If you are going to review a photo, be professional because your talking to somebody who is a little further along than you are, regardless of quality :)








     
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    my zoom is bigger than your zoom :D
     
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    lol Twinky...

    I just looked like such useful feedback until I read that....
     
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    Nothing a little photoshop couldn't mop up. I'll admit that I hate wasting paper and I've got shoe prints on my backdrops, but I at least clone those out.

    And it's not that the photo isn't bad, it's that it's like it's not the finished version. Attention to detail is what makes perfection.

    You don't need perfection to make money. You need perfection to make lots of money.

    Chase Jarvis, Platon, and other photographers like that have the touch. They may not be myspace famous, but they're the type of photographer that people go looking for when they want magic.

    Hell, there's threads on here about people getting paid to do weddings with point and shoots, but you'll never see them getting paid $4,000 for a day's worth of work, let alone $15k-$20.

    Don't mind me. I'm arrogrant and brash most of the time.
     

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