Discussion in 'People Photography' started by ghache, Aug 21, 2010.
Well, she certainly contrasts nicely to the setting. there is so much going on with lines and dirt and peeling paint that I find I can't focus on the model. Beautiful girl and nicely exposed skin tones. There doesn't seem to be any volume in her black dress... very flat in 1 and 3. What is the idea for cropping the arms in the last shot?
for the last shot, i didnt cut the arms on purpose, a big mistake.
1 and 3 totally rock, 1 being my favorite! What an awesome location. Lovely girl, too. Very nicely done in all respects.
here some other shot of that set
Same expression on the pictures, no emotion.
Nice lighting though!
yes i like her skin tone, she is beautiful but the same expression bothers me. I wanna see her smile a tad. my favs are 1 and the very last one of her in the chair. good work. what lighting did you use?
The one in the green/blue room, i did use one vivitar 285hv with a 46 inch shoot trough umbrella camera left.
VERY nice shots, #2 and 4 might be a tad overexposed
I like 1 and 3 the best with one being my fav. Good choice on background as I like the roughness of it, balances well with the softness of the model. She has a bit of a edgyer look about her in the first shot, and it works good. #2 does not do anything for me everything looks good, but I don't find it exciting. #4 might have pertentiol, but is missing something... oh hands. Of course you knew about that and I have done it more than I care to admit myself. All in all though I think you did a terrific job on them and look forward to more shots.
i am happy to see that my shooting is improving!
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