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Old 03-12-2007, 09:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Working on her posing....................how does this look?

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Old 03-12-2007, 11:13 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The thing that really bothers me the most is the white fabric. I find it distracting.

Couple of fune-tuning points:

1. The hand is just a bit too forward. Slide it back a little.
2. Try not to shoot up the nostrils. Tilt her head down a bit.

Positives:
1. pinky side of hand towards camera
2. clear or french tips on the nails
3. warm expression
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I agree with DaveB and will add:

1. Try turning her face a little more to the light and placing her chin a little lower.

2. Her eyes, IMO, need a to be lit a little more...

3. Try to soften the photo a little bit either in camera or post productions.

4. Try turning her shoulders either into or from the main light source.

5. Raise your camera height a little bit (personal pref. on this type of shot)
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