This is my good friend's daughter, who graciously agree to let me get in some much needed practice. Shot these in a local park's gazebo. Thoughts on improving them? Shot with D2X/28-70/SB800 in iTTL-BL.
eng45ine said:Great images of a beautiful woman, Steve. Looks like you used the ambient light well. Not sure if it's my monitor, but the sharpness of her face in image #1 looks a bit soft, but everything else around it looks fine...probably just an illusion. She has a a beautiful smile as depicted in image #2. I like the compostion and crop on both images. Did you shoot any images of her face close-up? Great portraiture job, Steve.
Chris101 said:The lighting looks a bit flatter than I am used to with your stuff Steve. She looks good, but I'll bet if you work with her more, she'll look great!
I was gonna make a remark that too bad her dad's your friend, but then decided that would be in bad taste.
I see what you mean about the up the nose angle, and you're right about that dress creeping up too far in that 2nd shot. It's a bit too revealing, isn't it? I'd better go back and see if there's another similar shot we could use.DanWhite said:Steve,
great shots of a beautiful model. Couple of things to consider mostly in the second shot. The angel that you are at and the Angel of her head you get a clear view up her nose, and with her leg position a pretty good view up her dress. ALWAYS watch for the dress creeping up in places that it shouldn't.