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Discussion in 'Formal Portraits and Weddings' started by 06FZ6, Sep 8, 2008.
Let me have it!
I like the first two... nice poses. I don't care for the background in #3. All of these are just a touch hot.
#1 is good and I like the lighting. I would just crop out some of the extra space above her head and whiten up her teeth a little.
#2 looks good and I like the background.
#3 looks slightly overexposed and the pose doesn't work for me. I would like to see her body turned a little more towards the camera. Also crop that extra space above her head.
The catch light look square, were you using a softbox? If so, what size?
Geeez, I like em all. If any nitpick it would be the very serious look she is giving in photo 2. Very wholesome lady
I like them. They're a little hot, but I tend to like portraits kind of hot.
i like the first 2..love #2, great composition...
however i dunno bout the 3rd maybe over exposed? it just doesnt seem natural... maybe its the background?
I was using a 32" Wescott shoot through umbrella as main.
Seems to work nice.
I actually like the umbrella a lot more than i like my 15" Alzo softboxes, and umbrellas are a whole lot cheaper! I just dont like round catch lights.
I finally realized that #3 bugs me because of the fairly strong shadow from her nose.
HEY! No take-backs! :tongue:
i like #s 1 and 2 the most
they are a bit hot....
which is fine.... but, it's the minimal UNDERsaturation that bothers me... easily fixed in post.... if YOU want to do so
i agree that #3 doesn't really "work."
thanks for sharing
#3 background is a yucky color for skin tones to go against. could have taken a different angle on number two but it's ok and I like the first.
I will follow the general consensus regarding image 3. Also, they appear a bit soft to me. Maybe add a little smart sharpen or USM to the web sized images. I would definitely sharpen them for print.
Nice work. I really like the 2nd image ...
I like #1. Great balancing of light.
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