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Another shoot with Sara
Old 03-09-2006, 06:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Here are some iamges taken the other night - the shoot was short with just a few outfits.





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Old 03-09-2006, 09:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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This is JMO so take it for what it's worth.
I do like the poses in these photos and she seems lovely.
My only nit would be the green color I see. Did you use a gel in these or is this something from PS? I'm not sure it's working well.

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Old 03-10-2006, 12:32 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Well, I'm sorry to say, that all three of the shots have problems. Let's just look at the basics:

#1 Has some sort of a rod or wire coming down from the ceiling and interacting with the body of the model. It is certainly distracting and draws attention to itself, which is not what you want when a pretty girl is the subject. There are minor hot spots of the face and the overall shot seems soft. The curtains in the far left background are distracting (extraneous detail always poses a problem). You also see something between arm and body which is distracting. Just go through the photo and look for each detail that may have been better left out.

#2 Has either hot spots on the face or her makeup ran (especially around the lips and chin. The eyes look funny because of the unevenness of the lighting. I also believe the exposure and color balance are a bit off for this shot.

#3 Suffers from cropping problems and extraneous details. Part of the shoe shows, and would have been better cropped out. The background and foreground elements (chair) all compete too much with the model's outfit. Too much yellow in the far left part of background. Curtain line runs through head.

Anyway, a lot of the problems can be dealt with by just looking at the photo in the view finder and then finding the pose and crop that gets rid of unwanted clutter. Watch the lighting. Try a simpler setup and watch the lighting ratios.



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Thanks for the remarks. To answer your question the situation is this. I am shooting in a bedroom with yellow walls and I use florescent lighting with a daylight temperature. The result of yellow and blue is green and it is a bitch to get rid of. I would love to know some Photoshop tricks to resolve the issue but often the resolution that i find hurts some other aspect of the image so I have yet to locate a adequate solution. However the models love the room and the look that is created - they are the client and I will be pleasing them before other photographers.



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