Senior Portraits

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by hudsonp, Jul 20, 2007.

  1. hudsonp

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    I did these at the local MetroPark, she is gorgeous and made it very easy to take pictures C&C always welcome

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    I like the third one the best. The contrast, pose, location, etc all very good! The first one is nice, but the white shirt and the top of the jeans are too bright.
     
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    #3 was my favorite as well, i agree about the overexposure on #1 - from a technical side i hate the picture, but there is just something about it that i really like
     
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    I like the pose, and the girl is beautiful. But it just doesn't work like the third one.
     
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    #3 is my favorite as well!:thumbup:
     
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    I hope she didnt have to pay for those.....
     
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    Most likely you are looking for the reaction I am about to give and I hate that I am giving in to what you want but I can't take it anymore. You're so rude! I am so happy that this is the internet and I don't know you or anyone like you in person! That being said, I'm over it already so any response from you about this should there be one won't be from me and I hope everyone else can drop it too. [​IMG]



    In regards to what we are here for - I like the poses and the background. To me it does seem like you missed the focus a bit on the face in the first two. I was having that same problem until I figured out how to hold the focus and recompose the shot. I know, so many things to remmeber to do in such a short amount of time. Good job- keep em coming!
     
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    Please ignore him!!!!
     
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    wtf lol?? kathi, you are one strange woman.......
     
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    Are you referring to that queef???:lmao:
     
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    come on guys, we cant have every portrait thread ending up in genital gas territory..;)
     
  12. Garbz

    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    No just the ones koda-46 posts in.

    Your poses are very nice but there are some technical and less so compositional issues to be dealt with.
    1) Overexposed, clearly visible, and unfortunately in a very distracting area blowing out a significant part of your model. You need to drop the exposure while at the same time keeping the shadows from going black. Fill flash or reflector is the only real option, or try and fix it in post processing.
    2) Nice but watch your focus. The subject isn't sharp.
    3) Definitely my favourite too. In this case though I think the fountain does not help the image. I find it a bit distracting. Otherwise a fantastic picture.
     

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