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Jan 15, 2014 06:18 |  #1

I've been a big ran of Ryan Brenizer's technique ever since I first laid eyes on the results.

I've started keeping my eyes open when doing photo shoots for backdrops and subjects that would work well with it. I'd love to get your thoughts on my first (non-test) attempt as well as my full photo shoot with the absolutely gorgeous Melissa!

http://www.petergeorge​s.com.au …15/breakfast-with-melissa (external link)


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Jan 15, 2014 23:46 |  #2

Your model is lovely, and you have her well exposed in these.

For me the issue is that these were shot mid day and the sun is too bright. The bright areas of the images are distracting. In the composite she is hardly noticable because she is in relative dark since the bright areas are over exposed.


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Jan 16, 2014 07:39 |  #3

Which one(s) are the actual composites? I can pick out one of them but that's it.




  
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Jan 16, 2014 07:41 |  #4

ganginwood wrote in post #16609956 (external link)
Which one(s) are the actual composites? I can pick out one of them but that's it.

It's just the one where she's sitting under the tree. The others are all standard 35mm or 85mm shots :)


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Jan 16, 2014 07:42 |  #5

nes_matt wrote in post #16609519 (external link)
Your model is lovely, and you have her well exposed in these.

For me the issue is that these were shot mid day and the sun is too bright. The bright areas of the images are distracting. In the composite she is hardly noticable because she is in relative dark since the bright areas are over exposed.

She is a lovely girl! Hopefully for my next shoots I'll have an assistant which will help out with lighting.


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