Discussion in 'People Photography' started by JimmyO, Feb 24, 2010.
Fill Rim Key Rim
Beauty dish only
Guess the people section doesnt get many hits
for the record the question i posted in the nude forum got like 5 times more views in the same amount of time, you guys are freakkkkyyy
is there a question here, are you trying ro re-create rembandt lighting?
It was a joke...haha, becuase its like the opposite.
lol! thanks for the tip, i'll have to post for critique in the nude section next time!
i like your expressions in the pictures, looks like you were having fun playing around with the lighting! keep it up! I really like the effect of the beauty dish, that gives off some nice light... gives the picture kind of a Masterpiece Theatre feel to it... now if you only had a derby and a pipe...
I like the last photo. Although I think I would like it more if the shirt didn't have large, distracting letters and numbers on it as it distracts me from taking the photo in as a whole. The majority of these seem pretty dark. I'm no expert with lighting so I can't give you any qualified advice, sorry.
I'd like to see a re-shoot of the last one with the subject dressed up like George Washington or something.
Ditch the lamp. Otherwise the first and last ones are really well executed.
lighting on 1st and last is great.
(i kinda like how the lampshade is crooked. gives some added character.)
Thanks for great feedback guys. Yeah I got a few other people not liking the shirt lettering. Guess it would make a good A.E. Ad thou haha.
Yeah i was kinda bummed about the clutter too =/
Originally i wanted a really edgy feel so i went wit the rim lights and all but then i deceided to shoot just rims, then just key to show people how all the lighting comes together, but then i really liked the just beauty dish shot, also relaxed the mood my facial expression for that one
Nice shots!!! I love the first one.
Good work dude. Now, change the wardrobe. Go find a cheap-o tweed 3 piece suit from a Goodwill/Value Village/whatever they call thrift stores where you live.
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