Saara

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by muuris, Jun 15, 2008.

  1. muuris

    muuris TPF Noob!

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    Five this time, thanks for lookin!

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  2. Ajay

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    Your sharpness in these is great but I think you can definitely improve on your lighting. #1 is the best all around for me (although I've never been a fan of that pose) On the last two you could have benefitted from a reflector to get some more light in the eye furthest from the camera. On the others both eyes in general look too shadowed to me. Watch your highlights in #2 - the lighting is so uneven in that one that I don't think that it is flattering to her face at all. I wouldn't know how to suggest ways to try your lighting set-up in the future, all I can say is how it looks off to me. Hopefully someone else will come along and provide that advice.
    Keep up the practicing!
     
  3. Emerana

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    Afree with Ajay but these are alot better then the last of her. Good step forwards!
     
  4. tirediron

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    Agree with the above comments about lighting. As well, I don't think the focus is quite right in some; the last one for instance, the hair to the left is very sharp, but the chin is soft. As well, I think it would help to 'zoom out' a little and have her whole head in the image.
     
  5. Early

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    Same here with the too dark left eye on the model. I also would have stopped down the lens and gone for more sharpness, dof be damned since they are so closely cropped.

    I’m beginning to like your style, and you have a great rapport with your models.
     
  6. MyaLover

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    these are more flattering to her than the last
     
  7. dab_20

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    Some nice shots here... you are definitely improving. Try and light more of her face, otherwise your sharpness and comps are right on.
     

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