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Old 12-07-2006, 09:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have seen many photo's of models posed in front of interesting walls, I have tried it out, what do you think?

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Try verticles for these types of shots

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Just a couple of quick thoughts for what they're worth. The first is that the lighting is a bit flat. The models left and the wall seem to melt into one. The second concerns the wall. It is an interesting wall but you need to be careful with the mortar lines. In the second image there is a horizontal line equal to the top of her head. It would be interesting to see how the wall would work if the model were further from it and the wall was slightly out of foucs. It's kind of busy when it's fully in focus. If you have the opportunity, it might be interesting to re-do the shot.
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