Dark Fairy Tale

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by michakac, May 27, 2017.

  1. michakac

    michakac TPF Noob!

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    Hello again
    Here are some photos from my latest photoshoot with Agnieszka Nowakowska:
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    And extra one:
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    Mostly I used sigma 35/1.4 and pentacon 50/1.8 - maybe samyang 85/1.4 also - I was too lazy to change the manual lens exif in my d700 so it's inappropriate in some of them.
    I hope you'll like it :).
    Later on, I will post some more frames.


     
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    Nice set, but I think you need to dial back the processing quite a bit. Not only has her face lost almost all its texture, but the hue and tone of her face don't match the rest of her skin and her eyes are this >< far short of nuclear. It rather looks like you loaded these into Portrait Professional and slammed all the sliders to the right.
     
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    Thank you for your comment tirediron.
    So about the texture - maybe it's due to very shallow DOF. And the eyes - now I see it in bonus but in former ones - I didn't do pretty much with them.
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    I love them all, but particularly the last one. Great work. I do feel that the skin in the last one has a bit of a plastic over-retouched look, but not by much, and it could just be from the makeup. Overall though your lighting is impeccable and I love the feeling expressed in these portraits.
     

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