First set of Seniors

Discussion in 'People' started by bep207, Jul 17, 2007.

  1. bep207

    bep207

    300
    Nov 27, 2006
    Columbia, MO
    I am starting to do some senior portraits.
    Luckily my sister is going to be a high school senior this year, so not only do I get to do hers, but most of her friends too.

    Here are a few of the first few outings. Luckily for her, having a brother with a nice camera can get her as many senior portraits as she wants...

    Comments and critique are welcomed


    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    more to come of other seniors....
    Blake
     
  2. frede

    frede

    Dec 9, 2006
    Princeton, NJ
    Nice work Blake - very creative. Critique-wise, #1 is a little to smooth for me. However, it is a great shot.
     
  3. Hey Blake............ #1 is good........................ but for me, if it was MY Senior portrait............. I'd pick #4............ moody, different and COOL!

    Great work!

    G
     
  4. Good series Blake with some of them being quite creative. If you reduce the skin blur a little on the first image it will be a winner. I really like the dugout picture.
     
  5. Man, that 4th one in the dugout is GREAT!!!
     
  6. These are great! #4 is awesome and very creative... I will have to use that some time. :cool:
     
  7. OnlyJess243

    OnlyJess243 Guest

    they're all awesome, #1 is a little too smooth but still is nice but #4 is my fave!
     
  8. bep207

    bep207

    300
    Nov 27, 2006
    Columbia, MO
    thanks for the kind comments guys. I will definitely tone down the blur on the first one. I have a tendency to do that....

    Honestly, the dugout picture was quite an accident. I just happened to stumble across the idea moving from one shot to another.
     
  9. Seth

    Seth

    317
    Jun 6, 2006
    Tulsa, OK
    I agree with most of the previous comments regarding #1. Also, #4 is my fav. Well done!
     
  10. Rick727

    Rick727

    149
    Jun 1, 2007
    Hamilton, NJ
    They are all nice, but like everyone else I like #4 the best. Great job!
     
  11. danmab

    danmab

    415
    Apr 26, 2007
    Wisconsin
    I've seen this before, and noticing that you have a D80 (same as me) -- how did you achieve shot#6? Is that an in camera ability, or is it all PP?
     
  12. Seneca

    Seneca

    Dec 4, 2006
    Texas!
    Great work. My favorite is the tracks picture. However, I would try and take out those columns and clone a tree there. But I truly love everything about your shoot.
     
  13. Haibane

    Haibane

    838
    Aug 14, 2006
    Smyrna, Georgia
    Blake for me if you are going to soften one that much as you did #1 you should soften the skin in all
     
  14. Haibane

    Haibane

    838
    Aug 14, 2006
    Smyrna, Georgia
    Danmab, you stack multiple photos on top of each other. It fakes a film effect of multiple exposure
     
  15. bep207

    bep207

    300
    Nov 27, 2006
    Columbia, MO
    exactly.. it was actually with two D80's. mrsollars and I were both shooting here. Therefore we were able to get some quick shots in between eachother's frame rates.
    I just then used a little photoshopping cut and paste to put the others on there with the first frame.
     
Loading...
Similar Threads Forum Date
First senior shoot image hvy People Sep 25, 2017
In Between Sets People Mar 15, 2014
Rest between sets......... People Sep 21, 2013
My youngest with the micro set, 45mm f1.8 People Mar 22, 2012
Portrait of a Mind-Set People Mar 29, 2011