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thran
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Got to go out and do some personal work, really happy with the outcome! It most def has a commercial look to it, let me know if you dig it!

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Post #1, Apr 29, 2013 12:50:55


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Her mood matches her poses, what she doing, and where shes at. Love the quality and light : )
10/10.

Post #2, Apr 29, 2013 13:19:55


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liking it because the photos don't look posed. they definitely look like candids and all you're doing is shooting while she's having fun. that's the feel I get from it, and i love it. Did you use an ND filter for this shoot?

Post #3, Apr 29, 2013 19:18:43


Gear List (5D3, 70-200 f2.8L IS II, Sigma 85mm f1.4, Sigma 35mm f1.4, 50 f1.8, 24-105L, Alien Bee lights, etc etc)

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Very nice work by both of you. Like the extra color from the beach ball. Processing does give it a great commercial look. Well done, and I agree, these look very fun and natural.

Post #4, Apr 29, 2013 22:17:37


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Nice work.

Post #5, Apr 30, 2013 07:15:33


7D / 28-135, Canon 50mm f/1.8, 85mm, Canon 24-70mm 2.8 I, 50-250mm IS, (3) 600ex-rt

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Lovely model, great lighting and contact.
I do notice the slightly wonky horizons though

Post #6, Apr 30, 2013 09:16:05 as a reply to RSBurton's post 2 hours earlier.


Tons of enthusiasm, loads of kit, limited skill...

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I saw these photos on facebook. Good job :)

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Nice set. My only crit will be - if you shoot with 35 you should avoid shooting from above the model's head, because it usually makes it look huge, unproportional. Cool processing and tones.

Post #8, May 01, 2013 03:54:58


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Excellent work. Can only echo the other comments. :)

Post #9, May 01, 2013 05:29:33 as a reply to chris panas's post 1 hour earlier.


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Really beautiful! Love the colors, everything about them!

Post #10, May 01, 2013 11:58:24


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All nice but I love the last two!

Post #11, May 01, 2013 12:31:23 as a reply to Foolish's post 32 minutes earlier.


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Beautiful work and GORGEOUS model :)

Post #12, May 01, 2013 13:07:44


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gorgeous use of the 35L.
the proportions dont bother me a single bit, flash direct on set at 1/16th power ?

Post #13, May 01, 2013 19:17:44


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Great model. Her attitude is perfect for the photos!

edit: sorry and the pics are great too!

Post #14, May 01, 2013 20:12:54


7D | Tamron 24-70 ƒ/2.8 | 70-200mm ƒ/2.8L IS II | Sigma 35mm ƒ/1.4 | Tokina 11-16mm ƒ/2.8 | 430EX II | YN-568EX II

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thran
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Wow! Thank you so much everybody for the great words and compliments :). I really appreciate them!

fashionrider wrote in post #15880581external link
liking it because the photos don't look posed. they definitely look like candids and all you're doing is shooting while she's having fun. that's the feel I get from it, and i love it. Did you use an ND filter for this shoot?

No! I shot this this filterness haha. I did have a UV on my 35L for protection though. So i lied. lol

reheat module wrote in post #15882452external link
Lovely model, great lighting and contact.
I do notice the slightly wonky horizons though

I hate shooting at the beach because of the horizon! (and the powerful sun) You are totally right though, i do hate horizons. For the fun candid ones i think i can get away with it a bit more, but for more serious portraits. You gotta have straight horizons :O.

chris panas wrote in post #15885837external link
Nice set. My only crit will be - if you shoot with 35 you should avoid shooting from above the model's head, because it usually makes it look huge, unproportional. Cool processing and tones.

Really? Ive never experienced that problem :/. But ill most def take that into account! Ive been using my 35mm for portraits for a really long time now. I always figured it was used for editorial/lifestyle purposes for its famed distortion. Im not a typical guy for telephoto portraits (although i do them for standard headshots)

chrisvanbeekum wrote in post #15888361external link
gorgeous use of the 35L.
the proportions dont bother me a single bit, flash direct on set at 1/16th power ?

No flash! A reflector to the left was used for some of the photos however :).

Post #15, May 01, 2013 21:42:41


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