Discussion in 'People Photography' started by abdulmuhsin alzaben, Jun 29, 2008.
Very nicely done.
I agree. I like the pp you did on the skintones, and I prefer the crop in the second pic
completely agree with what this poster said. I love the pping.. if you want to share.... feel free
it makes the brick look great, to say nothing for the kid lol
I'm a beginner, so my comments may be a little silly.
I like them. I think the face is soft, but that makes him look more child-like. On a man, it would be too much, but on a boy or woman, it fits. Your photo is very good!
I have a question I wanted to ask you. Is it difficult to find female models in Saudi Arabia? Sometimes certain cultures think about modeling differently than others, and I love learning more about different places. If you wouldn't mind answering me, I'd love to know the answer!
yeah i do dig the crop. great job. i love the lighting. did you have equipment?
To me, the portraiture is on the heavy side. I like to see pores on faces Of course, other people love portraiture...
Both have blue casts (as you can see his white shirt has turned blue) and I think I see either red or magenta in the shadows.
I do like the posing and lighting and expression, though
I like the second one best. The crop is better on that one. Doesn't leave so much dead space.
Could it be that he had a light blue shirt on? The whites of his eyes seem fairly white.
You are highly unlikely to find a SA female modelling for photography - the culture just doesn't appear ready for it. Time may change things but not just yet.
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