Meet Emily, then help me cut her. (56k Warning)

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by dremhmrk2, Apr 20, 2007.

  1. dremhmrk2

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    I need to get this (my first studio shoot EVER) down to 10 strong photos. I can work with under exposed images in photoshop so maybe you guys can help me out based on the composition and general lighting, and keep in mind I can massage these before I turn them in.

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    Also, general C&C is welcomed as well! Thanks so much!

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    Eeuh, sorry, I wouldn't pick any of them...
    If I had to choose, 32/31 would be my choice. Expression, lighting, sharpness and background are quite nice.

    There are too many of them to discuss them all apart from each other, but there's mainly too much rubbish in the pictures, distracting backgrounds, strange positions/expressions/clothes of the model, shadows on the wall etc. etc.

    It's not to put you off or anything, I'm just being honest... Portrait photography is very difficult, but when you try to look at the points above, and work on them I believe you could really improve them.
     
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    Thanks! This was in fact my first time with any artificial lighting and first time trying to do the studio thing, Im happy to have gotten even 1 picture you call "good enough!"

    Thanks for the comments, I will keep them in mind when I go in again to shoot more.
     

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