Sports Portraiture

Discussion in 'Photojournalism & Sports Gallery' started by KmH, Jun 11, 2010.

  1. KmH

    KmH Helping photographers learn to fish Supporting Member

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    Very sharp :thumbup:
    Doesn't look sporty, maybe its just me. :)
     
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    Not too sporty for me either, I think its the grey t-shirt that removes the sportyness of the image. Composition also seems a bit tight

    Might be my tired eyes, the the model's eyes look a bit odd, they have alot of blue sparkly stuff in them. Dont you just love my technical analysis?
     
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    Is that your umbrella reflection in the helmet, right of summit?
     
  5. KmH

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    Yes, and you can see the speedlight too, and the umbrella is in the eye's along with a much smaller catchlight from camera left.

    It was to darn hot to put on my firesuit, it has 3 layers of Nomex. Maybe I'll do it again next winter. ;)

    I guess I could have moved a couple of fans around.
     

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