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Nov 13, 2007 10:45 |  #1

Ok here are pictures from my 1st real studio attempt with someone other than myself. Was going for a bit of a fantasy look so I know its a bit different than what I normally see here but would still appreciate any feedback and critique.

The final photo was just a spur of the moment photo and I liked the expression and decided to try a gritty B&W feel.

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Nov 13, 2007 12:10 |  #2

1. crap
2. crap
3. fantastic


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Nov 13, 2007 12:11 |  #3

i like three the best.




  
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Nov 13, 2007 20:49 |  #4

Canon400 wrote in post #4308265 (external link)
1. crap
2. crap
3. fantastic

Pretty harsh man... I think constructive criticism is what we're aiming for here on this forum.


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Nov 13, 2007 20:53 |  #5

1) The stuff in the front is distracting and covers too much of the frame. I'm not sure what its purpose was.
2) The shallow depth of field makes the eye pop out, but since the chin and lower portions of the face fill up a lot of the picture and are out of focus, it distracts. I think a deeper depth of field would have been better in this case.
3) This picture tells more of her "character" than the others. As a photo, compared to the rest, it does a great job of capturing feeling and emotion. The attention is in the right place on this one as well. Awesome!


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Nov 13, 2007 22:20 |  #6

Vermin thanks for the feedback! Thanks for pointing out the DOF I had not really thought about the impact it would have on #2.


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Nov 13, 2007 22:50 as a reply to  @ mrfixitx's post |  #7

Canon400 wrote in post #4308265 (external link)
1. crap
2. crap
3. fantastic

Vermin87 wrote in post #4311175 (external link)
Pretty harsh man... I think constructive criticism is what we're aiming for here on this forum.

I agree. It wouldnt have been AS BAD if you had given reasons.

Personally I just think the framing and DOF was off in the first two. They were framed in too close to the face. The third one IS amazing.


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