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Jan 01, 2018 12:28 |  #1

I think I did pretty good on this one

Let me know with some C and C

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Jan 02, 2018 11:29 |  #2

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I think I did pretty good on this one

Let me know with some C and C

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Great job, i love these!

I like the hair blowing look and poses with 2&3 being my favorites.
I like how with each image, they are totally different posing, making a great set. #1 sitting, #2 hands at different levels, #3 mirroring.
I like the toning/pp as well as the light on the background.

Her right hand looks a little stiff in #1 and quickly takes me (personally) out of the image. In your example shot in the other thread where you had the hair dryer on her, she looked a lot more naturally posed.


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Jan 02, 2018 12:43 |  #3

^^^

Thats good c and c thanks!

This is definitely want this to me one of my trademark looks. The setup and PP I have been perfecting for a while.

It's it funny how stuff looks better in the setup shot haha what a kick in the teeth. I guess I could crop that one in but the gig is basically done and she is already happy with the shots.


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Jan 02, 2018 14:43 |  #4

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Thats good c and c thanks!

This is definitely want this to me one of my trademark looks. The setup and PP I have been perfecting for a while.

It's it funny how stuff looks better in the setup shot haha what a kick in the teeth. I guess I could crop that one in but the gig is basically done and she is already happy with the shots.


I wouldn't crop it or sweat it, it is still a great image. I think the only people that would notice are some other photogs, it really helps complete the set. There is no absolute perfect image, there will always be one thing that can be nit picked on, or that someone has a different opinion on.


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Jan 02, 2018 14:53 |  #5

I think these are great! The only thing I would do is tone down the saturation a little, maybe even just in the shadows. The only other thing I see is that her arms are a different color from her face, which is pretty common (especially with makeup) and not necessarily in need of fixing. She's beautiful and you did a great job.



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Jan 02, 2018 14:55 as a reply to  @ paintedlotus's post |  #6

Thanks I definitely want to play around with desaturating next time


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Jan 02, 2018 18:16 |  #7

Love these.

As a photographer I see the things that I miss in my photos.

Image 1 - the hands. She looks so relaxed, but for her hands. I struggle with this constantly.

Also, Are you adding red to the shadows? The red on her right cheek is too much for me, given that she has no blush (or added redness) on her left cheek.

And, the red in her hair. To me, it looks like you added the colour in post and could use some feathering? The red seems to bleed onto her scalp where her hair thins, near her forehead. The roots on her left look less coloured than her right.

Image 2 and 3 - Lovely.

I really like how you've used the red in the shadows. But, one thing that catches my eye is the red in the midtones where it meets the highlights. The red agains the soft skin tones in the highlights creates almost too much contrast (for my tastes). I am specifically referring to her cheekbone in #1, the top of her forehead and below her lip in #2, and her eyelid and cheekbone in #3.

But all of this is nitpicking. These are really outstanding images. Great work from the two of you.

And I have to agree with Micro5797, don't crop the first one, It's great the way it is.


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Jan 02, 2018 18:22 |  #8

Micro was talking about a image I posted in the setup shots thread where its a wider version of the first image. He liked her hands in that one better so I was saying I could crop that one to make it like image #1 but with better hands.


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Jan 13, 2018 01:34 |  #9

The second one is really beautiful.
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Jan 13, 2018 09:30 |  #10

Love the variations in the posing. Hands are always difficult. Sure I saw a posing guide somewhere specifically about hands. Great shots.


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Feb 12, 2018 18:04 |  #11

Like them all and the model....Really like #2, the hair coloring is great.


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