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Senior; Sara. C&C appreciated.

 
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Dec 05, 2012 16:32 |  #1

Its been a really long time since ive posted here, heres a few photos from my recent senior session with a girl named Sara.

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Thanks guys.

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Dec 05, 2012 18:55 |  #2

really like 2,3 and 4. 4 is my favorite.




  
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Dec 05, 2012 21:47 |  #3

she is a pretty girl but shooting wide is not flattering especially when you are doing real people portraits.


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Dec 06, 2012 00:21 |  #4

Really like #1
#4 her eyes appear to be oof, and her left jacket arm sleeve very sharp...was that intended?


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Dec 06, 2012 01:26 |  #5

I like the quality of the exposure and processing. however, i would use a longer lens for or move the model further away from the trees for the last photo. the jittery bokeh is distracting. also i would switch up on the way shes tilting her head, its almost all the same.


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Dec 06, 2012 01:29 as a reply to  @ imjason's post |  #6

Pretty girl...Like 1 and 4.


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Dec 06, 2012 01:45 |  #7

Diggin the images, they look great. Keep doing what you're doing!


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Dec 06, 2012 10:48 |  #8

I dig these and like the variation in settings.


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Dec 06, 2012 13:13 |  #9

I really like these too. Nice stuff.


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Dec 06, 2012 15:19 |  #10

These images are funky fresh and my personal fav is number one... its Ill-matic!


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Dec 06, 2012 16:22 |  #11

great set! the tones really fit all the images.
Nice work!


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Dec 06, 2012 23:14 |  #12

rick_reno wrote in post #15331220 (external link)
really like 2,3 and 4. 4 is my favorite.

Im sad 1 doesnt have your love, haha! Im kidding, i appreciate it :).

PhilF wrote in post #15331848 (external link)
she is a pretty girl but shooting wide is not flattering especially when you are doing real people portraits.

Sorry, i dont really understand this comment. They were taken with a 35L, which is famed for is prestigious work in lifestlye and editorial portraits? Which is sort of the feel i want these images to have. They arent really by the book portraits, but the senior did get her fair share of telephoto head shots with the 135L. These just spoke to me the most/ matched my style.

BDKR wrote in post #15332293 (external link)
Really like #1
#4 her eyes appear to be oof, and her left jacket arm sleeve very sharp...was that intended?

Damn! Im honestly shocked you even noticed that, i noticed while editing. No it wasnt intended, it was just my mistake when trying to put the focus on her eyes. Thanks for the tip!

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I like the quality of the exposure and processing. however, i would use a longer lens for or move the model further away from the trees for the last photo. the jittery bokeh is distracting. also i would switch up on the way shes tilting her head, its almost all the same.

I agree about the harsh bokeh! Im shocked the 35L didnt have a smoother bokeh in that photo, reminds me of the 50 1.8 haha. I think a 50mm focal length would have done the photo a little more justice :/. I need one of those again in my arsenal! Also thank you for the tip with posing, its honestly something i didnt even notice when making my selects! I need to be more attentive next time.

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Pretty girl...Like 1 and 4.

Thank you!

smooth3000 wrote in post #15332435 (external link)
Diggin the images, they look great. Keep doing what you're doing!

<3. I appreciate it! :D

SoCalTiger wrote in post #15333620 (external link)
I dig these and like the variation in settings.

The photos were taken at an arboretum (like a museum for trees) I had a lot to work with!

JakAHearts wrote in post #15334206 (external link)
I really like these too. Nice stuff.

Thanks!

ryan_caldero wrote in post #15334745 (external link)
These images are funky fresh and my personal fav is number one... its Ill-matic!

Dude, no! Youre funky fresh! haha

squiLL wrote in post #15335026 (external link)
great set! the tones really fit all the images.
Nice work!

I appreciate it!


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Dec 06, 2012 23:18 |  #13

I think they all look fantastic. I'm sure she will love them.


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Dec 07, 2012 10:25 |  #14

Yet another reason to get my hands on a 35L! Love the images and love the bokeh!


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Dec 07, 2012 14:21 |  #15

Nice set !!! I like #1 best :)


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