Discussion in 'People Photography' started by jdphotographer2091, Mar 14, 2008.
a "senior" pics i took for my friend
you've cut his leg
does it take alot away from the shot???
I dont think so, but I would crop a little tighter to his head... just a thought
I think I would have placed him more to the right to give him some more room to look into...
I personally would've placed the model on the right side of the frame so that his direction of his head doesn't lead off to nothing in the photo (it makes the right side seem like dead space imo).
Also in terms of processing maybe you can adjust your highlights/shadows to bring more depth out as well as add some more contrast to intensify the photo.
thanks for the comments
i see what u mean by putting him on the right side of the frame
I personally think senior portraits should focus on the upper body and be more restrictive in their field of view, but that's not a bad photo in general.
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