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Mar 11, 2014 07:20 |  #1

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Mar 11, 2014 10:18 |  #2

interesting pose, maybe better in a series? My personal taste would say to lay off the blur tool on this one but thats me.




  
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Mar 11, 2014 12:56 |  #3

There is something that I cannot quite put my finger on, but I really don't like about this shot overall. I'm not sure if you used a shadow/highlight effect or if it is a result of the "web quality" but there is something about the contrast of her hair, shirt, and shorts that bugs me. Also, her left thigh seems smoother than the left shin area. I'm sure you were shooting at a higher ISO, causing the shot to have noise all around, but the difference in leg texture seems a bit off (I'm assuming this is natural and you didn't modify the texture). I would clone out the little bruise/mark on her left shin. Also, I'm not enjoying the way she is holding her left hand.

On another note, I remember this same model (yes your wife is a model) from your previous shoot and she is still beautiful. I like the fact that she (seemingly) doesn't mind you shooting her all the time, as my wife would KILL me if I take her picture now. I enjoy your natural lighting shots and want you to keep them coming!


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Mar 11, 2014 19:06 |  #4

Jason Howell wrote in post #16750483 (external link)
interesting pose, maybe better in a series? My personal taste would say to lay off the blur tool on this one but thats me.

No blur tool - shot at 2.8

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There is something that I cannot quite put my finger on, but I really don't like about this shot overall. I'm not sure if you used a shadow/highlight effect or if it is a result of the "web quality" but there is something about the contrast of her hair, shirt, and shorts that bugs me. Also, her left thigh seems smoother than the left shin area. I'm sure you were shooting at a higher ISO, causing the shot to have noise all around, but the difference in leg texture seems a bit off (I'm assuming this is natural and you didn't modify the texture). I would clone out the little bruise/mark on her left shin. Also, I'm not enjoying the way she is holding her left hand.

On another note, I remember this same model (yes your wife is a model) from your previous shoot and she is still beautiful. I like the fact that she (seemingly) doesn't mind you shooting her all the time, as my wife would KILL me if I take her picture now. I enjoy your natural lighting shots and want you to keep them coming!

Thanks for the critique, shot at 3200 in very low light.
She is a wonderful wife and still as accommodating as in the past


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May 09, 2014 17:21 as a reply to  @ Ken Robertson's post |  #5

Curled finger ??




  
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May 10, 2014 02:09 |  #6

Denny G wrote in post #16893665 (external link)
Curled finger ??

:) not quite :)


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May 10, 2014 11:43 |  #7

Different processing, but I like it Ken,


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May 11, 2014 01:14 |  #8

TJays wrote in post #16895106 (external link)
Different processing, but I like it Ken,

Thanks TJ - just a litte different :)


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