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Aug 31, 2011 13:27 |  #1

Had a wonderful evening shooting with Jordan Voth and Noah Sahady on their trip around the country. Always looking to improve myself, so please rape me and insult my pictures as best you can. Thank you.

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Aug 31, 2011 13:35 |  #2

dude you're so bad

;) reaaaaal good man




  
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Aug 31, 2011 13:48 |  #3

Terrible photos. Lol j/k great work man


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Aug 31, 2011 13:49 |  #4

I f'n love you. Great clarity my friend.


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Aug 31, 2011 13:51 |  #5

nice shots! Great model.


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Aug 31, 2011 13:57 |  #6

Jonathan! Sick photos brah!


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Aug 31, 2011 15:27 |  #7

I hate that last one ..


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Aug 31, 2011 16:23 |  #8

These are all fantastic.


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Aug 31, 2011 16:52 as a reply to  @ ChrisInCali's post |  #9

Great shots, but I'm not a big fan of the post shallow DOF on the second shot. To me it's too obvious. But that's just me. :)


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Aug 31, 2011 17:20 |  #10

Is Photo 2 a photoshop shallow DOF image? It looks annoying to me since it is very obvious going against the principles of focus.
I have the reflections very busy and distracting in photos 3 and 4, try to find simple backgrounds not complicated detailed ones.
The last photo is nice, though I'd like to see the top of her head in it.
Next time, try to get a different expression on her face she has the exact same smile in every photo. There are times not to smile in a photo and it can look better than a smile.




  
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Aug 31, 2011 17:42 |  #11

Shallow dof image is very distracting and just doesn't do anything for the image. The images of her in front of the bookstore (or whatever that is) - don't like the background at all - too busy and you have a vertical window separator coming straight out the top of her head. Really like the last one the best even though it's probably the least creative. It's just very well done.


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Aug 31, 2011 18:29 |  #12

great job, beautiful girl!


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Aug 31, 2011 18:30 |  #13

kMayer wrote in post #13031047 (external link)
dude you're so bad
;) reaaaaal good man

Haha, thanks homie!

Osa713 wrote in post #13031101 (external link)
Terrible photos. Lol j/k great work man

Lol! Thanks dude, appreciate it.

leninglass wrote in post #13031108 (external link)
I f'n love you. Great clarity my friend.

Immediate happiness, coming from one of the best!

Alex.K wrote in post #13031118 (external link)
nice shots! Great model.

Thanks man! Shes a beauty, just a casual girl i shot for senior pictures though. Not a model or anything. It explains her one expression.

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Jonathan! Sick photos brah!

Thanks brah! You da best!

alphamalex wrote in post #13031569 (external link)
I hate that last one ..

me too ;) haha!

Moonjo wrote in post #13031964 (external link)
Great shots, but I'm not a big fan of the post shallow DOF on the second shot. To me it's too obvious. But that's just me. :)

haha, i hate to say it. But youre such a noob! :P. That is NOT post shallow DOF. It was taken with a 45mm Tilt Shift Effect lens. That shot was not tampered with in photoshop. Im insulted you would think i would do that. I too hate fake DOF.

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Is Photo 2 a photoshop shallow DOF image? It looks annoying to me since it is very obvious going against the principles of focus.
I have the reflections very busy and distracting in photos 3 and 4, try to find simple backgrounds not complicated detailed ones.
The last photo is nice, though I'd like to see the top of her head in it.
Next time, try to get a different expression on her face she has the exact same smile in every photo. There are times not to smile in a photo and it can look better than a smile.

Sorry Happy Snapper, but im also gonna call you a noob. Its actually not very obvious that it was fake DOF (because its not). Im not sure if you know what a tilt shift is (im sure you do) but youre making it clear you have no idea how the lens works. "Tilt-shift" actually encompasses two different types of movements: rotation of the lens plane relative to the image plane, called tilt, and movement of the lens parallel to the image plane, called shift. Tilt is used to control the orientation of the plane of focus (PoF). Youre concerned about the Tilting part of the lens, you can orient your focus to change the X&Y planes of the image as opposed to the "Z" plane for foreground and background depth.

Im also a natural light photographer, i love DOF. So i shoot wide open, the relfection bokeh is a "technically sound" photo for me. Thanks for your input/opinion.

Also, my subject isnt a model. She honestly has no other expression, believe me when i say, "i tried". So id appreciate if you focused more on my pictures then on my model. Id rather you insult me, than her :P. haha

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Shallow dof image is very distracting and just doesn't do anything for the image. The images of her in front of the bookstore (or whatever that is) - don't like the background at all - too busy and you have a vertical window separator coming straight out the top of her head. Really like the last one the best even though it's probably the least creative. It's just very well done.

Thanks bro, i appreciate what you have to say. Especially that there is a window separator coming out of her head haha. I suppose all that bokeh is supposed to distract you from it :P. I gotta disagree with you though, I LIVE for shallow dof.


Thank you everybody for your input! <3. Much love and respect!


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Aug 31, 2011 18:40 as a reply to  @ alphamalex's post |  #14

Good job Johnny :D


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Aug 31, 2011 19:19 |  #15

well you should expect it from posting in here lol


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