Full crit please. My friend and I are going to start offering a makeover/photoshoot type session (she is the makeup artist) This was a trial run with her work colleague. She was young and wanted some more 'playful' shots as well hence the flowers/butterflies, I think it works...?
Excellent job Sarah; one thing that might liven them up a little is to use some coloured gels on the background. Thunder grey is a great, versatile colour, but on it's own for shots like this, it's a bit bland to say the least.
Thanks everyone! Confidence booster! The flowers/butterflies were literally thrown in from each side of the set! No composite I was just digging around in my daughters room to find some kind of prop and I thought it would be as tacky as heck! But seems to appeal to a few people.
im hearing you about the grey backdrop! I have some gels in the primary colours but need another light! Would my sb910 speed light work if I tape a gel over that and set it to the side you reckon? Do I just tweak the colouring in post process?