My MODELLING friend

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  1. #1

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    I worked for a photographer for a while, but want to go out on my own! I dream of becoming a fashion photographer... and this is my start! L





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    Welcome to the forum. These are very nice!

    Please not forum rules above about image size - 800 pixels longest side and 300K max. Please resize these and repost. Thanks!


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    behind all the discernible concatenations, there remains something subtle, intangible and inexplicable.
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    Hi and Welcome!

    I really dig number 2 here. It has great lighting and style!

    The 3rd could use some touch ups on facial blemishes, but is pretty interesting too.

    The 1st is almost too bright for me.

    Good work...can't wait to see more
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    Nice shots...I am a fan of #2 as well-EXCELLENT lighting.
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    Welcome to the forum and great first post - the highlights are a bit too much on #1 but #2 and #3 are excellent images - beautiful colour and lighting - what kit are you using???

  6. #6
    JoeyMas
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    Beautiful Photos. Wnat a quick trick to perfect glamour shots.

    Take the "sharpen" tool in photoshop and use it on the eyes to make them pop. In glamour, unsharp eyes label a photographer a "soft shooter"

    Yours are clear, but try this trick to make them blow right out at us. You will love it.

  7. #7

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    both are beautiful..but love the first one..

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    I admire her pose in #1 but the overblown highlights ruin it.

    #2 is spot-on for colors and white balance. My only gripe is that you cut off her hand at the top - crop that out ofthe picture entirely.

    #3 is nice but her expression does nothing for me.

  9. #9

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    the light is harsh in the first one, but the others are alot better

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    Now that I look at these again, I see that in #1 the eyes are different in terms of brightness and catchlights. Something to consider.

    Regardless, I like the photo more and I rescind my comment about the blown highlights ruining it.


 
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