Chris, The intention of the shot was to make him look tired and over worked, Like he has been on an investigation all night. I actually darkened the eyes a bit to help convey that. I also bumped up the contrast quite a bit, typically my head shots are very flat lighting, but I wanted to give this a little more depth. I also had him not shave, but unfortunately he had very blond hair, so It did not show up well.Chris101 said:It's a good shot - a real working shot, having done such a good job for his career. You done good!
As a picture, it looks a bit underexposed to me (but then everybody says I consistantly overexpose!) I'm looking at his eyes, and they do not look much brighter than the surrounding skin. Is that intentional for printing on glossy? Or is it a style for this particular use? Or am I luminescence blind as well?
(ps, I certainly don't mean any offence by this, it's more like I'm curious.)