Shoot i did recently in abandanded building.(NSFW)

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  1. atmsanchez

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    This is a model i have used many times she is great and i love her eyes. C&C welcome
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    3rd one is my favorite

    i dont have any critques. sorry
     
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    ooooooo tan lines kill em! I think the ones with the paint... you just missed. Its either all or nothing and i felt these fell short. My personal feeling is there should have been more paint, on her face, hands. etc
     
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    I like the series, Beautiful Model (Sexy Eyes), Great Location.

    #1 That Dead on look is killer...

    #2 I dont care for the pose and the missing space bottom left looks like its throwing the light off.

    #3 Her outside arm Elbow is smudged also with those eyes, i wish she was looking at me.

    #4 Too much space at the top, it adds nothing to the shot. If you crop it, it would bring her closer :thumbup:

    #5 Same thing small crop from the top...

    I also thing all of them arent as sharp as they could be....These are just my opinions, I am by know means a pro.
     
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    #2 is the best imo, lighting is perfect, what setup did you use? Oh and tell her to get a tan if she's going to be posing nude(ish).
     
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    Thanks for the comments, i agree with the tan lines, but i am still happy how they came out.
    To answer the question on the setup, i used a D300 with Tamron 17-50 2.8 with an sb600 on a stand with an white umbrella.
     
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    Agree about the focusing. Looks like they are focused on the wall, instead of her eyes. It may just be due to the sharp detail in the pattern on the wall. One reason I dont care for small images in digital cameras, it makes it harder to focus on the eyes. So Id use a zoom lens, with manual focusing and zoom in on the eyes.

    Like # 1 also, a closeup of her face, focused on the eyes could be dyno-mite. Personally feel the paint is distracting. But that is my personal taste only. If it seemed like there was more "reason" for it, like paint ball gun shots, that might be different, but could cause bruising. :violin:
     
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    Tan Lines Kill some of those shots. The paint on her seems like u guys where trying to hard
     
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    funny thing they where a bunch of people playing paintball there and they had a hard time shooting with her there,lol
     
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    yea i will try to see about removing the lines. havent tried yet.
     
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    It seems to me like you centered all of the shots. I would experiment with different angles and framing and get away from the straight on centered shots.

    Interesting concept though, minus the tan lines. :)
     
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    I thought there was a little more than could be done with the images to enhance their color and appearance. Here's a slight edit, I hope you don't mind since your "ok to edit" flag isn't set. If you want me to delete it, I will.

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