Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by A&A_Lane, Mar 24, 2009.
You have some nice shots but #6 really stands out to me. The chair on the tracks is a cute idea too. I have been looking all over to find decommissioned tracks, but haven't found any yet.
I've gotten lucky to have found one in our own town! See the one in the background? That one does still run. I wasn't postive at first if we'd be ok getting on one that is fairly close to it but there was a railroad worker there doing work on the other one and he never said anything. Just a friendly wave to us!
nice set of pictures. I went and peeked at your blog for more! Very nice!! She has some gorgeous eyes, and you've made them just pop on #6. I'm going to say that's my fave too!
I think the posing in 5 looks more natural than it does in 4 or 7. Next time try to get the subject to slide there butt a little more towards the arm of the chair so that the crease of the back of their knee is right on the arm. This will give them a little more room to lean back and look more natural and comfortable. Great stuff though. I was just nit picking.
Thanks everyone! And, I'll try to remember the tip given for positioning (thanks!).
Different poses/etc is something I struggle with. Especially when it comes to where I place the hands.:blushing: I keep studying pictures online and different sites. Hopefully, I'll get better at it as time progresses.
I agree #6 is mt favorite but im partial to B&W
Good job! I do have a few suggestions..
all but #6 seem to be soft. Great focus on #6 though.
watch your histogram in the future Your whites are pretty blown.
great start though!
I like #4 best, because the rails perfectly lead into the motif. Would be perfect if you could crop the upper rails!
First off, you seem familiar.
Second-nothing seems soft here. In fact, I almost find #6 to be too sharp for my taste. Funny how tastes differ. Same on the whites thing...I adjusted levels to purposedly do this because I (as well as my customer) likes the style (even more so with the vintage looks). Again, just a different taste in photography maybe. I know not everyone likes it like that.
Thanks for your opinion though.:thumbup:
Thanks! #4 was one of the customer's favorites as well.
I'm not a pro but I enjoyed looking at your photos anyway.
Number 6 is my absolute favorite. It is sharper than the other ones but like someone has already said, it makes her eyes look fantastic!
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