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Hot Tub + Water Fall + Model =
Old 09-15-2005, 10:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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From a recent shoot in San Antonio. Model is Jenn other place #51146. Comments, feedback, or plain old bashing are welcome.



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Re: Hot Tub + Water Fall + Model =
Old 09-15-2005, 11:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I love the location and your model is pretty and nice lighting falling on her hair. A few things to think about....
1. I'd like to see stronger make up.
2. Wish she would have dropped her left shoulder a little.
3. PS out the hair on her right arm.
4. I'm bothered a little by the eyes, maybe have her turn a little to minimize the difference. I know there is a trick to this that I'm sure the other photogs could explain better then I can.
5, Maybe a scrim on the one side to minimize the lighting on the one arm?

just a few thoughts,
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Re: Hot Tub + Water Fall + Model =
Old 09-15-2005, 11:15 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Hey Allen,

Just three things:

1) the angle of her right arm is too shallow for this crop, thus making her body's center mass look wide/fat.

2) shoulder too high for that much blowout on it, as its a beacon that draws the eye too it.

3) Hair should be brushed more...I know this can be a doosy with wind, but for headshots, I think it needs alot of attention.

IMO, of course

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Re: Hot Tub + Water Fall + Model =
Old 09-16-2005, 12:02 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Kelly, thank you so much for the feedback, and I agree with everything you said. Here is some feedback on the shoot and the setup.
1. I exchanged several E-mails and phone calls with the model before the shoot describing what I was trying to accomplish. She chose to go with the little to no make up look even though I had indicated otherwise.
2. The model took little to no direction from me on posing and when I made a few suggestions, she seemed annoyd.
3. I'll do this. Most models I have worked with tend to keep arm hair shorter.
4. I totally missed the eye thing during the shoot, but it was the first thing my wife noticed when we reviewed the shots. I know, I know....the devil is in the details.
5. Good point. I had one reflector on a stand to add a warm fill, but should of had another to use as a scrim. (no assistant)

Here's a couple more from the shoot.



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Re: Hot Tub + Water Fall + Model =
Old 09-16-2005, 12:04 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Thanks for the feedback Adam. See response to KelleyG for more info.

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Re: Hot Tub + Water Fall + Model =
Old 09-16-2005, 04:43 AM   #6 (permalink)
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I won't comment on the images in particular other what have already been said since I know the screen I'm using atm is not to be trusted when it comes to colors and light.

My only comment is actually directed to the model; chin up. It may be my personal opinion but I feel any model looks less strained and intimidated if they lift their head up.

Sorry for my lack of actual critisism but I had to say it and as above stated I don't want to comment on the technical details since this screen is messed up.

Love,
M

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