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Old 11-19-2005, 02:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey All,

Another local girl from Savannah with no modeling experience. I was shooting a little different than I usually do..not so much glamor. Id like some thoughts as to the "feel" you get from these images...ie ..commercial, editorial and what not. Shoot with avialable light, 3 pm in the afternoon, open shade and two reflectors to bounce in some light. Image 3 has not post other than resizing, shot in raw.....

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Old 11-19-2005, 04:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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A very pretty model and the lighting came out fairly nice. The cropping and composition of each photo has problems however, in my opinion. #1 has a tree growing out of the head. #2 crops off part of the foot which just looks like careless framing. There is no need to crop off a small part of an otherwise full shot of a subject. #3 has the same problem, but this time part of the top of the head and part of the feet. Again no purpose and it detracts from the composition. In the first 2 you would be better to compose so that the grass was the total background since the scene behind is more distracting that helpful. #3 uses the grass but picks a part where the grass isn't clean and has some white something to the right which is distracting. So its all about details. With a pretty subject, I would tend to zoom in more and feature the subject especially when the background doesn't offer anything.
As for feel, I don't get a commercial feel. I get sort of a snapshot quality to them. I hope these comments help, but keep in mind they are just my opinion.



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Old 11-19-2005, 06:17 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I second a lot of what rfs said and offer one more. The hotspot on the knee in #1 isn't bad. Would be better if it were more of a glow on the whole leg. However, that shadow cutting her leg in half longways is a reall deal killer. #2 is sweey. Would really like to see less hair in the face. In #3 her awkward smile, nipples popping out through the shirt, harsh shadow across her chin, and weird crop really makes it look like a snapshot of someone who would rather not be there.

Overall the colors and exposure is nice. Definately an improvement there!

Of course, these are just my opinions and meant to help. Try 'em out. If you don't like 'em, you don't like 'em.

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I like #1 the best, the tree does not bother me too much, but, it would be better without it by her head. Nice location!

I don't get much of an editorial feel from this. More of a portrait type feel for me.

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