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  1. muuris

    muuris TPF Noob!

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    My almoust first session with a human.

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  2. Village Idiot

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    It reminds me of those little paper dolls you can drag and drop clothes onto.

    The has the exact same expression in each shot and she's sitting in the exact same space almost. The only thing that changes is the clothes. Change things up a bit. Get creative. Tell the person infron of the camera that they do what you tell them to or they don't get pictures.
     
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    yeah....she needs to move around a bit. Its like its the same picture over and over again. If I had to pick which one I liked of those, it would be the first...

    #4....shes got some bra issues going on in the front. :p and it looks like shes about to fall forward.
     
  4. muuris

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    ^ Thanks for your replies, these pics were taken just to try out the lights.

    Here is the number two, with an extra space

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  5. Big Mike

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    I like your use of back/hair lighting. Might be better if her hair was smoothed out a little bit though.

    Watch your exposure. The first one is a bit bright, but I think it works well. The 2nd is underexposed (see teeth & eyes). The 3rd is better but still a bit dark. The 4th is good but could maybe use a little bit more exposure. The last one is underexposed again.
     
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    I agree. they do need a bit of a contrast boost and a little curves. Change positions unless you were wnating only that one. They re just all the same.
     
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    :lol:.. I'm done for the night.

    I like #1.
     
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    yea, she looks very stiff and like she's got a forced smile for all but the 1st shot - she actually looks natural and relaxed there. The 1st is my favorite, although it is slightly overexposed.
     
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    I like the black and white the best, the lighting and she looks most relaxed in that one.
     

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