Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by SusieC, Oct 22, 2007.
This is my most recent engagement session... C&C welcomed!
I love these images. You have some really nice posing going on and I love your pp.My only critique would be that your cropping in #1 and#4 is not to my liking. They are not full lengths, not close ups and not quite 3/4 lengths I feel they are just a bit chopped off at the wrong spot. But this is just my opinion and I still think they are great captures! Thank for sharing.
Thank you for your comments. I agree with my cropping... I will definetely keep in mind for future shoots!!!
I like #3 best. Its busy but i love the lights bouncing around. Was it taken near water?
I think all of these are nice. But i wish they were a little closer up. It looks like your capturing it without them looking which is good but you want some where you feel like your connecting with them.
These pics were taken at a park. There was no water in the day pics. The other pics were taken at a local outdoor mall. Thanks.
I could agree with you about being so far back. I guess I do that to give a feel that we are not intruding on their special moment, as if I just stole a glance at their private moment...? Do you know what I mean???
Thank you for your C&C!!!
I love the photojournalistic style. I do have a question about focus in 1, 2, and 4. The faces seem a bit blurred. Or is it the compression you used for these to show us?
in 1 they are both in focus... in 2 and 4, she is in focus, and not him. Thanks for the C&C. I appreciate it!!!
I agree about him not being in focus, but her eyes just don't seem sharp in those photos. I guess that's what I'm trying to say.
You have some good stuff here, but focus is an issue.
I think two could really benefit from cropping down on the right side of the photo. Just from where his vest meets that bottom of the frame over to the right. It eliminates the white from his shirt which seems to draw attention to that corner and helps build on the negative space that makes up the left of the frame creating a sense of space.
Thank you all for your comments!!!
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