Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by red1013, Oct 8, 2009.
My last senior photo shoot last Saturday
looks good, but get rid of the white vignette, seriously. They're terrible, alwas have, and always will, be tacky and cheesy.
It's worse then having a laser beam portrait background.
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They look beautiful. Very sharp and crisp. Close your aperture a bit in #3. The top of her head is OOF.
I disagree...who cares if her hair is oof? I prefer shots wide open.
My only cc would be that her skin looks a bit orange...which it could very well be, if she's used a fake tanning lotion....but maybe double check that, just in case?
I don't like the pose in number 8...makes her legs look super stumpy and the bottom of her shoes are distracting. I like the look of number 13, but her feet are cut off. Keep at it!
#13 was one of those accidental test shots that I thought would be over exposed but worked. It really bugs me that she has no feet but I liked the look so much I included it. I tend to shoot wide open. and don't mind if hair is off as long as the eyes are sharp. I see what you mean about # 8. I should have had more of an angle on it.
You know, I've been looking more at #13. I really love how the bricks come out only in the shadow. It's just such a cool effect. Now I really want to try something like this.
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