Light, you need more light. That is the primary thing amongst all three photos. They tend to be dark, and very flat. A little flash, and you will...
Stronger key lighting would help immensely. You really need to make the subject pop from the background, slightly underexposing the background...
Duct tape works well.
I agree on the teeth thing, lotta yellows and oranges in there.
On the first one though, her upper lip needs to be lightened up a bit as it looks...
Thank you Derrel.
That's exactly what I was looking for.
Anybody have any input?
Here's a shot I got of one of the cooks at a local restaurant yesterday.
I like the first two, but the onboard flash in the last one makes the lighting very flat, and gives some very harsh shadows.
Anybody have anything to add?
Off and on camera lighting are mandatory for skate photography.
I run an SB600 on camera with another off to one side, gives great light with...
That is an amazing shot!!!
Been shooting a local open mic night for a few weeks now and thought I would share some with ya'll. C&C appreciated.
That's a gem. Keep her around.
Do I love those VZ grips. :drool:
Excellent shot, I love seeing my issued sidearm is such nice lighting.
But dude, you really need a better holster for that thing.
The lighting looks good, maybe add another light to each side to kill some of the shadows.
But overall good work.
Slightly off being the key words here.
There are some that do not have clear defining outlines, and a slight haze to them because of the missed...
That is the second Kriss I've seen with an EOTech on it.
Nice rifle, though I'm looking at procuring an FN-H SCAR16s in the near future.
You need to work on your focus, a lot of them were slightly off.
Oh, and quit following me around the internets Preston...
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