My first actor headshots - how'd I do?

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  1. angelinabee

    angelinabee TPF Noob!

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    I took these with my Canon T1i with my 50mm lens with just regular old lighting from the sun and whatever light bulbs were above our heads.

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    Given the conditions? Very well. A few minor niggles: The little bit of hair cropped off in #1 makes it look rather like a compositional error, #2 could have used a bit more fill to cut down on the hot/blown areas on his right cheeck/shoulder/hair, #3 is really nice, but the background is, well, lacking and #4, just a bit of fill or reflector to relieve the deep shadow camera right.
     
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    Who's the actor?
     
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    My buddy Phil.

    I only know he liked these the best because he posted the JPEG's to his facebook. I haven't edited any of them, so thanks for the tips!
     
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    I think # three is my favorite. If you go into Photoshop or Gimp and blur out the background, it could be a real winner!

    If you would like another outlet to share your photos, I've just started a new Facebook group called "photo enthusiasts" Just go on face book and put the name in the search box. You are welcome to join us! the more the merrier!
     

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