A&P My first modeling session

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  1. siniquezu

    siniquezu New Member

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    I haven't had a chance to do most of my PP yet. Just some hue/sat/contrast etc. I have a few more sets coming up. I've lurked a lot trying to learn from you guys. I hope this is decent.
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  2. derekOT

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    backgrounds are clean and simple
    in the last one though I don't think you should include the trees in the back

    in the first two, your light is too low and not enough of the light is going into the eyes

    I really like the density in the background in the second pic

    three isn't bad but you got something in the bottom left corner

    four has hard shadows on the face

    five isn't working for me, looks like you shot available light and there is more light hitting the background (the brick) then the model

    Overall, great job for a first modelling session :)
     
  3. siniquezu

    siniquezu New Member

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    Thanks! I see that the light was a high. I need to watch for that. I should just chuck the last one. I wasn't entirely diggin it either.
     
  4. turbodude

    turbodude Just a photographer OT Supporter

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    i like 3 alot. just watch your foreground
     
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    3 stood out to me as well, she doesn't look posed
     
  6. Drunken Karnie Midget

    Drunken Karnie Midget In Yeo We Trust, All Others Pay Cash OT Supporter

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    :werd: looks like you just took a perfectly timed (i don't want to call it a snapshot, but...) snapshot while she was adjusting something, and wasn't expecting you to be shooting. Downside is it looks like you caught part of the reflector in the shot, but other than that it's a damn good one.
     
  7. Ty Webb

    Ty Webb You don't have to go to college. This isn't Russia

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    When you do post, make sure to clear up that bad acne on her face
     
  8. SkiMax

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    I think she has about a years supply of cover-up on...
     
  9. Ty Webb

    Ty Webb You don't have to go to college. This isn't Russia

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    A lot of the time when I am about to shoot a female and she talks about makeup due to acne or whatever, I tell her to be mild about applying that because I can edit the acne out easier without pounds of pancake on their face.

    It seems to actually cause more shadows.
     
  10. SkiMax

    SkiMax OT Supporter

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    I just figured out who she looks like...


    super nanny!
     

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