Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by er111a, Jan 26, 2012.
1. some banding issues with that vignette.
c'mon man, fake spotlights? And I actually like the shot, his facial expression is priceless. Remember less = more.
I'd like to see the shots before the editing...
As you wish
The second one..you cut him off half of his legs and his other hand. And I can't really tell, but is it all in focused?
You know what? I like them. Keep at it. :thumbup:
The one of the woman is well exposed, but seems slightly OOF. If you adjust the exposure on the man, I think it would be a nice shot.
The man's smile is genuine and the lady seems to really be contemplating something which I like about it but need to do something about the exposure and they are OOF.
The B&W of the gentleman is a great capture, sans the spotlights. I would crop it a bit closer since you missed his right hand.
The lady seems to be out of her element (location and pose) but looks like someone you should work with more. Awesome cheek bones.
Thanks for sharing.
I actually really like the one of the woman in original form the only thing I'm not really sure about is that the horizon is really crooked.. that might just be me though, I'm a beginner too but I really don't like when the line in the background is slanted it distracts me a little. I agree about the element thing.. Heels in grass is a bit strange but she is very photogenic
The one of the man haha it's so cute! his happiness is genuine I just don't like everything else around him and the grain.
Looks like a little lomo effect in the first one.
...what is lomo effect?
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