Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Luna, Jun 24, 2008.
There is a lot of image degradation in the 'white' areas. I'm guessing that is from JPEG compression...but what ever it is, it doens't look good.
Other than that, I like the subtle lighting on the subject. I'm not sold on the crop, it feels too tight, but I don't hate it either.
I'm not sure what you were going for, for the background...it's just sort of grey. Did you want it to be white?
Light wise I would try going a lot more directional and look for more contrast, you can tweak this technique with practice. Tungsten lights are nice for this as you can see the effect as you shoot. A tripod is a must as is a still model. Try some shots laying down first.
I feel as with most digital photography good Photoshop technique really helps with this type of shot.
Still don't see the photo
Yeah me too...
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