Good afternoon, below is a shot taken from my 1st engagement shoot. Looking for constructive feedback.
Joined Jun 2008
Overall it is good I would have added a bit more light to their faces. I would darken down the grass right behind them.
Composition is fine, positions are ok, not stellar, but not bad.
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Joined May 2012
I'm going to disagree about the "good composition" comments. To be frank, I think the compostion is not very good at all. When shooting couples, a good rule of thumb is to try to place them so that their bodies form a "triangle" shape, bringing them together. However, if you do want to shoot them sitting, don't have the man leaning against a tree.
When choosing to shoot in a park or other outdoor setting, look carefully at your background and pick the best spot.
Depth of field can be sharp depending on your intent.
Or use a shallow DOF for a more romantic image
Hope these help
The is an odd color forming a straight line by her knuckles. Not sure what that is and looks like she has a watch shadow for her tan.
Joined Apr 2017
The last thing that many couples want to do after making a big investment in an engagement ring is to spend another small fortune on engagement pictures.
Joined Jun 2008
Jul 24, 2017 22:00 as a reply to Jethr0's post |
Scott O. Amateur Photography
I'd crop out the swath of white sky.
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