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What I did last summer.. I shot a few people...

 
BazV
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Feb 04, 2010 20:04 |  #1

I took these last summer using only natural light, my 450d and 50mm 1.8. I think ive only just kinda gained the guts to host them up.

What dya think?

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Thanks for looking

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Feb 04, 2010 20:59 |  #2

I'm a big fan of the first one - he has gorgeous eyes!


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Feb 04, 2010 21:47 |  #3

I like them all but the first two....WOW!!!! The lighting is great!




  
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Feb 04, 2010 23:44 |  #4

1,2,and 4 are killer especially considering you only used natural light. Nice eye.


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Feb 05, 2010 01:22 |  #5

Umber 1 is a great shot the others are OK but not as nice lighting wise.


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BazV
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Feb 05, 2010 02:48 |  #6

Thanks guys, can I improve on any of them anymore?

The first picture, the lads name is Karl who is a good friend of mine, agree what amazing eyes. Was very pleased with this shot indeed.


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Feb 05, 2010 03:21 |  #7

Cool natural lighting, for sure.

What I would recommend is for the first two. Try and get the exposure closer together. As they are now, they don't match. That's an easy fix though.

Also, on the second one, watch your BG. He's got an arm growing out of his face. It's not horrible, I know what it is. But, it could be better with a different position of his arm, IMO.

Really good stuff either way. Don't be shy in posting. We want to see more. And you'll learn tons from it. So, win-win! :)


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Feb 05, 2010 05:54 |  #8

Grimlock wrote in post #9545305 (external link)
Cool natural lighting, for sure.

What I would recommend is for the first two. Try and get the exposure closer together. As they are now, they don't match. That's an easy fix though.

Also, on the second one, watch your BG. He's got an arm growing out of his face. It's not horrible, I know what it is. But, it could be better with a different position of his arm, IMO.

Really good stuff either way. Don't be shy in posting. We want to see more. And you'll learn tons from it. So, win-win! :)

Ahh you know in the 2 pic Karls eyes takes everything else away for me, so totally didnt see the arm sticking out from his face haha.. ooops. Fair point tho, will watch out for that in the future shots.

And there will be more shots uploaded from now, have time to do a lil more shooting this weekend :)


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