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Sep 05, 2017 18:02 |  #1

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Sep 08, 2017 19:18 |  #2

Pretty girl.
Light is very flat.
I'd also do a bit of skin softening on her.

Something along these lines.



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Sep 12, 2017 17:55 |  #3

First thing first - d***, I'd love to shoot that face!

Anyhooooo,
Color is very inconsistent throughout the images. Also I think you've pushed blacks [or contrast?] too much. It start to border with unnatural look in some images even.
P.S. First image is way awkward and unflattering - not many can pull this off.


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Sep 12, 2017 18:09 |  #4

olafs osh wrote in post #18450634 (external link)
First thing first - d***, I'd love to shoot that face!

Anyhooooo,
Color is very inconsistent throughout the images. Also I think you've pushed blacks [or contrast?] too much. It start to border with unnatural look in some images even.
P.S. First image is way awkward and unflattering - not many can pull this off.

Yes, color is off a lot.. I had trouble matching it. We went from diffused indoor light to outdoor direct and diffused light, etc. :( I used side by side with lightroom, but had trouble. Suggestions on how to keep it more consistent?

First picture ... Not many can pull off taking a shot that looks awkward and unflattering? lol.


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Sep 16, 2017 08:23 |  #5

First shot she has her right leg straight/locked. Not a good thing to do pose wise. Body should be relaxed in scenarios like that.


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Oct 11, 2017 14:49 |  #6

She needed to bring a hair brush along. Wonky hair in almost all of them, otherwise I like them.




  
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Oct 15, 2017 05:34 |  #7

I have no issues with the posses...... images just look a tad flat. Now if that is your intended style.... nailed it. I think I would just at a little vibrancy and luminosity to the shots... but that would be my style.


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Oct 21, 2017 02:59 |  #8

Croasdail wrote in post #18472989 (external link)
I have no issues with the posses...... images just look a tad flat. Now if that is your intended style.... nailed it. I think I would just at a little vibrancy and luminosity to the shots... but that would be my style.

Nope, I hate how flat they are. I was unhappy with a lot of this shoot.


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Nov 07, 2017 11:11 |  #9

Generally all of these portraits are well done, well composed and with fine and natural expressions on your model's face. Poses are good and compositions of background works well. However first photo of your model on the top of this site/page. Expression is fine and natural. Good eyes contact. Good angle view and pose of your model. But in my opinion this area/object out of the focus which is situated on the top of the stairs on the left side of photo near the left frame I think that it can be completely removed from this scene. Another think, sharpness is soft on her shoes and on her feet but if in this situation the feet and shoes need to be more acute if the face is in a good focus. For me much more important is model's face than her shoes, and face is in a good focus here.


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