Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Max Compose, Dec 27, 2017.
Portrait Natural Light reflect from the ground
Sony A6000 with 50mm
F2.8, 1/640sec, ISO100
My only criticism is that it is starkly symmetrical and you might crop off the doorframe on the left of the image making her position asymmetrical and giving more emphasis to the nice booked behind her.
Not a fan of the crop either, the symmetrical position, and the crop at the elbow isn't doing it for me. I would crop in tighter all the way around, eliminating the door frame entirely, coming above the elbow, and moving her slightly left off center. The WB looks off, could use some warming. Lastly she is a pretty young lady but I can't decide if you've missed focus on her or it's the resolution on the image. Shooting at f/2.8 makes it extremely tough to get all the facial features in focus.
Thank you for all the criticism, I will improve it on next project, this photo will remain to remind me the mistake.
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