Becca- Senior 2010

This is a discussion on Becca- Senior 2010 within the People Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; Posting 1 shot from 3 locations and 2 from another of a recent shoot. C&C Welcome 1 2 3 4 5 Thanks for looking....


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    Posting 1 shot from 3 locations and 2 from another of a recent shoot.

    C&C Welcome

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    Thanks for looking.


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    Hey! Welcome to the forum!

    Very nice shots! I really like #4 but I think it may be too centered. Maybe try cropping out some of the sky or the foreground? Just my two cents though. Great series!
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    These are pretty great!

    Love the last one and especially love # 4. I do agree about it being too centered. Hope you don't mind I had a play. Its private in flickr and I'll remove if you want me too.

    Didnt do anything other than crop it to the bottom third and extended the clouds/sky above her to follow ROT's


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cazz View Post
    These are pretty great!

    Love the last one and especially love # 4. I do agree about it being too centered. Hope you don't mind I had a play. Its private in flickr and I'll remove if you want me too.

    Didnt do anything other than crop it to the bottom third and extended the clouds/sky above her to follow ROT's


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    Quote Originally Posted by Soul_Blazer View Post
    Hey! Welcome to the forum!

    Very nice shots! I really like #4 but I think it may be too centered. Maybe try cropping out some of the sky or the foreground? Just my two cents though. Great series!
    Thanks for the critique and for the welcome!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cazz View Post
    These are pretty great!

    Love the last one and especially love # 4. I do agree about it being too centered. Hope you don't mind I had a play. Its private in flickr and I'll remove if you want me too.

    Didnt do anything other than crop it to the bottom third and extended the clouds/sky above her to follow ROT's
    Don't mind at all. Thanks for the troubles. The only reason I didnt crop a little tighter is because that one is going to end up as a poster with some "Diamonds are a girls best friend" graphics. But I didnt think about cropping it down for the regular prints. Wouldnt have crossed my mind. Thanks!!

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    Lovely colors on these. #3 is my favorite, I like the colors, pose and composition. #1 makes her look a bit older than I think she really is, and I'm not sure her arm placement is the most flattering. I love the idea for #4, the colors look a bit over saturated IMO, but I love the centered composition. The silhouette in #5 seems to awkwardly emphasize her breast, but I love the way it looks over her face. There's some stray hairs there that could use some smoothing as well.

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    i have a hard time concentrating on #1. i believe the placement of her is too close to the camera. also the color of her shirt should be toned down a little so you can focus on the face. the vibrant color of the grass and the shirt take away from the point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WetBottom View Post
    Lovely colors on these. #3 is my favorite, I like the colors, pose and composition. #1 makes her look a bit older than I think she really is, and I'm not sure her arm placement is the most flattering. I love the idea for #4, the colors look a bit over saturated IMO, but I love the centered composition. The silhouette in #5 seems to awkwardly emphasize her breast, but I love the way it looks over her face. There's some stray hairs there that could use some smoothing as well.

    Nice work.
    #1 was one of her requested shots (not that I pulled it off). Had no clue as to what to do with her arm/hand that wasn't in a a private area. If I would have done what your saying and back off the crop some, then I could have put it on her stomach which would have been more natural. I will put your ideas into play on our next shoot next week.

    #4....I dont think I boosted saturation at all, but think I upped the contrast a little. I will take a look at the RAW file and see.

    #5....points taken. Will make some adjustments on the stray hairs to make it more defined outline.

    Thanks for the advice.

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