Rachel

Discussion in 'People' started by Tinstafl, Jan 10, 2018.

  1. Tinstafl

    Tinstafl

    Aug 6, 2008
    Virginia
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  2. Walter

    Walter

    Jan 13, 2006
    Columbia, Maryland
    Walter Rowe
    Did you use highlight recovery in #2 and #5 (the outdoor portraits)? I ask because the skin looks a little muddy. In my experience with my own pictures I find when I have overdone the highlight recovery the skin looks off. Backing off the highlight recovery restores the natural look of the skin.

    Nice picture set.
     
  3. JakeEbersole

    JakeEbersole

    Mar 11, 2009
    Jacksonville, FL
    Jake Ebersole
    Nice shots! #1 is my favorite out of the set.
     
  4. I think you did a fine job on the studio pictures. The outdoor shots are good, but IMO you need to touch up her skin a little bit (not overmuch!!!). Something about the lighting seems to bring out the blemishes in those two shots, esp. the last one. I think it's also a fact of life using modern cameras like yours that can capture so much detail that we will have to be doing more touch-up on these types of shots.

    Nice work!

    PS - I think these belong in the Formal Portraits section... not only are they that, but they are worthy of that designation as well...
     
  5. Tinstafl

    Tinstafl

    Aug 6, 2008
    Virginia
    No highlight recovery used in these. I will look at her face again. These are my first go round with the 850.
     
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