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Nov 10, 2014 19:55 |  #16

Its better post crop. Although you'll be better served to frame it in-camera the way you want to end up. I know you have space restrictions but the bsckground is too close and wrinkled




  
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Nov 11, 2014 04:17 |  #17

mdaddyrabbit wrote in post #17263714 (external link)
I got off of work and on the way home I decided to trash the den and take some more images. I get so aggravated with myself. I want to conquer this!

Lighting is Better on this one.


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Nov 11, 2014 07:41 |  #18

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Could I get some opinions on this image?

To oppose most of the commenters - I really like this image. If you could get even more sadder/I-dont-give-a-sh*t face, even better. That saggy pose is also good.

The composition is bad, though. But, if it would be your real concept, I would say you're on a right track. By the next images I see, that it ain't true, which is a shame really :]


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Nov 11, 2014 08:28 |  #19
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Yes, lighting is better on subsequent sets. But crops are still off and wrinkled background is distracting




  
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Nov 11, 2014 09:23 |  #20

Is there a rule of thumb for cropping?


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Nov 11, 2014 09:37 |  #21

Elbows up is not a good pose for her. Try an s curve. Back leg straight front knee bent, hip away from camera, torso a little forward. Tilt head. Arms on sides but not pressed onto body.

Or try a sitting pose. Anytime you throw something at the camera, like elbows it enlarges them.



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Nov 11, 2014 09:40 |  #22

mdaddyrabbit wrote in post #17264951 (external link)
Is there a rule of thumb for cropping?

Quick google search http://photography.tut​splus.com …g-techniques--photo-15607 (external link)



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