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  1. minicoop1985

    minicoop1985 Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Finally replaced my silver umbrella. How did I do here?

    [​IMG]Leaf_000637 by Michael Long, on Flickr


     
  2. cauzimme

    cauzimme No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Try to get your model farther from your background, there's no need to see the fabric wrinkles ;).
    The light is not bad, nothing spectacular either, but it could have been a great portrait if his shirt was more in place, also, be caution with the pupils directions, catchlight is usually nice, but in this case it makes appear is eyes like marbles. If you would have turn his head slightly it would have been better :)
     
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    ...also straighten the clothing in a 'studio' shot like this. It works fine in an activities or casual setting, but in a studio it makes it look like a snapshot.
     
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