Model Session - RL at the Museum

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Iron Flatline, Mar 14, 2010.

  1. Some pictures from a shoot from last Thursday:

    Playing with different processings in Lightroom, quite interested in comments regarding the look of various images:


    1. This one is straight out of the can:

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    2. This one started with a Preset called CWP Boost 3, then I lowered the Black clipping back down to around 50.

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    3. I applied a Preset called "I'm Cold (Blix)"

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    4. Another straight out of the camera, some stray light burned on the far right.

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    5. Just clicked Auto Tone on this one and was quite pleased. I'm no good at using processing software, so I just hunt and peck until I find something I like.

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  2. AverageJoe

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    I find the last one the most interesting, I'm not sure on the exposure of some of the others, just isn't doing it for me and I typically like dark images. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    I really like 2 and 5. I wish I could tell you why but 2 is my favorite.
     
  4. One more:

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    I really like 2. The pose is unusual and even seductive.

    On 4 it seems like she is going to actually touch the darkness with her face (Not sure how I feel about that. It sorta looks like she is looking into nothing, maybe the darkness should be to the left of the frame instead).

    For number 5, I would smooth her skin a little. Other than that, it looks pretty cool.

    But I´m just a newbie... so you probably shouldn´t be listening to me anyway.
     
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    Really like 1 and 4, good use of light, great model, interesting surrounding :thumbup::thumbup:
     
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    Very 1930's nice image...;)
     
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    these are MUCH better than your other series

    little soft/grainy but 100% better IMO
     
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    #2 stands out a mile from all the others.. :thumbup:
     
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    I LOVE #4, but would like to have had her face not quite so dark....

    Also #2, in the red dress on phone...I love the pose, but would like to see it cropped a little tighter and have a little more contrast.
     

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