Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by legendr34, Mar 27, 2010.
took less than 5 mins to shoot, client wanted the 5th frame, nice and easy
Her smile is kinda ugh, but that's probably what she always looks like.
Would hit. DOF seems really shallow.
yea, its nice fake smile
indeed, shot at 2.8 with my 85mm 1.4.
Does she use HDR house photos? I keep seeing fucking HDR pictures on realtor sites now.
would have chosen a slightly lighter bg(at least in the upper right, where her hair blends in with the bg).
lint roller on that jacket too.
i think she sells AAA insurance, but I don't know if there is a specific name for this type of photography?
thanks. I had a strobe on the BG, but even at the lowest power 1/128, it was way too bright because I was shooting at 2.8. I had to shoot at 2.8, the bg was wrinkled and messed up
that'll do pig, that'll do
It's an uncomfortable smile for a person in sales. Not really a look that says "Buy insurance from me". It would also look better if she were wearing a necklace or her company pin on her lapel.
fix the lint on her jacket. very simple and nice pic though, otherwise!
If this pic is for flyers and mailouts and whatnot, the lint won't reproduce.
She does have a bit of a wan smile. But then, I've never picked a realtor on the basis of his brochure photo.
Looks like a realtor business card photo to me.
Yea, a necklace would be nie
thanks, then my job was done correctly
She looks 15.
My thoughts exactly.
whach that razor thin dof, one eye seems oof
I love the colors. Is it just me or does she seem a bit favored to the right of the photo?
arent portraits supposed to be at like f/8 - f/16 if the background is right behind them?
that's what the model photographer was shooting at in the glamour video i got off here.
it was at f2.8, i needed to blur the ugly bg
yea, i didn't crop it at all
i wanted to blur the bg
the pic looks great. esp since it will be on business cards/posters on her property i'm sure
i think maybe 1 stop more and you'd still have the background blurred. just my 2 cents. i suck at portraits