Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by legendr34, Dec 15, 2008.
what kind of post processing have you done to girl 1? looks good
Yeah, you do have a unique PP look. I like it. Only thing is, I'd watch where you crop them, maybe it's just me but they seemed a little chopped.
I really like them , girl 1 has some real nice shots
nice work dude
Nice work. I gotta get out and find some models to shoot.
very nice. The window shots are my favorite.
camera, lens equip?
Looks like a D700 + 85mm 1.4 or 1.8
Nice shots, except in some of them her facial expressions just don't look natural.
Also in this picture, is it me or is it a bit soft around her eyes?
awesome shots, i like the PP style.
thanks. I used LR for the colors and then photoshop for skin softening.
ah, not sure what you mean by chopped though?
Ya, I made money from printing 8x12s for them
Girth got it. but i used the cream machine 1.4
yep, 1.4, you should pick up that lens. you'll never put it down
Yea its a bit soft, but the full res looks really sharp
i have a 50 1.4
I'm thinking I'd rather have the 135 f/2
you'll be blown away with the 85mm 1.4, it creates a completely different effect than the 50 1.4
that's a huge belt!
Also, the girls eyes in the last pic look really fake to me for some reason... like they're way too big
yea her eye are huge.
nice shots.. i like the pp colors to them
The longer lens will give you a much more flattering image, it'll make even the ugly models look good
i know, but why bother with both a 50 and an 85 1.4
a 135 f/2 should give just as nice of a result, while not as close to the 50?
i'm still debating.
no doubt the 135 is an excellent portraits lens, you can't go wrong with either. i was going to buy the 135, but settled on the 85
Planning on it.
'cream machine' > *
how about both?
yes, i wish they made a 85mm 1.2 AFS
nice pics, composition looks good, lighting is good and i like your pp style.
if you want to take it a step further, i would also try to reduce the skin folds in the arm pit area in the first girl's pics