Sculpture portraits

Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by skiboarder72, Dec 8, 2005.

  1. skiboarder72

    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Let me know what you think!

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    uhhh... they're in focus... and the exposure seems fine.

    I'm always confused about how to comment on photos of... well, I supose, someone else's work. I think what's tough for me is that you've placed them in the portrait section. From a different standpoint, say... commercial/advertising, I say these were all successful photos, especially the first image. All white "products" can be a challenge and you handled it well.

    I want to rotate the second one to make the lines of the window frame plumb. And on the third, I see no reason to keep the pole in the image. A simple task to clone it out, or just crop.

    I hope this is helpful.

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    thanks alot christie
     
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    I always love photos where the subject is something inanimate, yet the photographer has given it life.

    The shadow on the woman and how she's looking down/away from the camera gives the second photo a sad, very melancholy feeling. The first is my favorite. I really like the lighting- it's great that his eyes stand out a lot even though it's all the same color. I think the concept of the skeleton is great, although I don't really care for that particular photo. I think you should use a different backround, and possibly consider losing the pole, (although with a backround change it might work nicely).

    Just wondering- did you use a light meter for the first shot?
     

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