New here, some model shots.

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  1. qizl

    qizl TPF Noob!

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    So i'm new here. This is some work from my first model shoot, i'm trying to create a certain sphere. Tell me if you like it or not.

    I'm open for any type of critisism.

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    Apart from the softness, I really like #4. Fine settings/mood.

    Welcome to TPF! :D
     
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    thx is it normal that so few people watch these topics ? And even fewer comment on it ?

    Or is my work just awfull ?
     
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    No, they are pretty cool. I like #1 the best. What are you shooting them for? (portfolio work, fine art, fashion, etc) Because I would just question how far you can take that style. I'm not being critical, just was wondering your thinking on this.
     
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    this is some work that resulted as a side effect on my first model shoot. Iwas playing with backlight photo's to create a certain sphere. The first picture was the first experiment the rest followed because i liked it.

    Essentialy this is playtime, but that's what the creative process is all about. Now i'll also add them to my portfolio.

    I like to experiment and then take it a step further. So ill probably devote a shoot on this principle next time.

    On how far can you go ? As far as my mind takes me i guess :)
     
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    I get that. I was wondering if this was a paying job or what. Obviously, if it is for a models own portfolio, alot of those wouldn't work. the client would want ot see her face at some point.:wink:

    I do think it is a style to pursue further though.
    #1,#2, and #4 have a pretty eerie quality to them.

    #3, although I see what your going for here, I just wonder if by darkening the blown out side and letting the other side of her face go dark, how would it turn out. Just a thought.
     

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