My Third Time With A Model :P

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  1. nikonkev

    nikonkev TPF Noob!

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    So I went out for a bit today to do a shoot for a friend. The rain came, so it ended early. I was also limited to only one strobe :(

    Here are some of the shots that "made" it:

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    Feel free to comment.
     
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    I personally like the shots better with one strobe, but that might be because that's how I choose to approach portraiture. I like the series, the first one is the standout for me and the last one is the weakest to me.
     
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    I'm sensing on all the color shots that she is part of the background. She doesn't appear to be comfortable in her pose.

    Even though the last one is very grainy, it really works for this shot. I like it. Makes me want to know what is so heavy on her mind.
     
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    The last one was shot at ISO 200. I added a massive amount of noise in CS3.

    I like the first one too. Thanks for the comments so far.
     
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    First one is the winner for me, and single strobe has a good effect when used in portraiture.

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