Portrait C & C

Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by Diane, Jul 2, 2006.

  1. Diane

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    I’m proud of this photo, what do you all think?
     
  2. Flash Harry

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    Dont quit the day job just yet, large people tend to look better if posed standing on one foot with the other behind, or shoot just a portrait at a high angle. However if your happy just keep practising, YOU CAN ONLY GET BETTER.
     
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    I like it. It has a very nostalgic, old-timey circus feeling. Generally, having your subject right in the middle is not so good, but it works alright here... However I'd prefer to see the shot shifted to the right a bit, so that she's a bit to the left, and you can see more of the tent ropes. Also, you might consider cropping the top a smidge. I really like the overall feel of the photo though. I'd be proud too.
     
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    i like it to and agree with misledamoeba

    it has a feeling to it
     
  5. Christie Photo

    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I understand what you're saying, but I don't feel this image can be judged as a conventional portrait. It's well made. And, it's a bit of a cliche. Kind of fun, don't you think?

    Pete
     

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