Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Creator, Aug 18, 2008.
Still working on cloning this out,not going too well hah.
I looked at the first like... 7, and ONE is in focus
Zoomed in in light room and the only one with slightly soft eyes is the swim suit one
getting better bro, lighting, cropping still need a bit of work
Nicely done! My only real comment is the shot of her on the couch with the guitar and hat. I think it would look much better if the light was coming from the right side. Otherwise good work!
if you post nudes
meh if you don't
I know I had the softbox to the right for the first few of that setup but those didnt turn out.
Nice work, great subject to keep practicing with! Would suggest her to wear something other than black for the dark scenes.
fancy off camera flashes don't help if you can't focus
focus on the eyes
Get a life dude. Seriously. Can you even set up a light stand?
A&P isn't for shit talking. It's for sharing and growing. You are not contributing to that. Beyond that, look at threads started by you. It's far to easy. So shut up, learn and contribute.
gaping mouth < *
Its natural when you have a camera present next to a blonde.
She actually made a 5 black guys joke about one of those too
Sometimes I wonder if she lurks OT
A lot of them are OOF
Here is a rule of thumb.
If you are shooting at 18mm don't let your shutter speed go slower than 1/18th
If you are shooting at 200mm don't let your shutt speed go slower than 1/200th
I really like this.
Clone the eyelash shadow out of her left eye and this one becomes a winner.
.....maybe I'm just partial to back light.
Nice shot except she has a fat lip. Did you punch her before you shot it?
Remember, if your model acts up you have to use a sock with an orange in it to put her back in line. It won't leave bruising or marks that way.
For the record, 2 & 3 are seriously out of focus while 4 & 5 are front focused. Her sleeve in 4 & 5 is in focus, while her face isn't. Are you manually focusing these?
The lighting in all of them needs work as it's flat and unflattering and doesn't create any real separation between subject and background in most of the shots. For example, with her standing in front of that white wall, the wall is as well lit as the model. Not ideal.
It appears you are working with fairly small light sources and my guess is that you often have them too far away from the subject making the light appear fairly harsh. I'd also suggest moving your subject further away from any background objects so as to put more emphasis on the model and less on the background.
I'm starting to wonder if your camera has focusing issues
I like the lighting and composition of them though
Hmm. No autofocus using that custom function to select the focus point (That's a horrible way of saying what im trying to say). Focus always on the eye. Arggggg.
I'm using 540EZs.
Noted though. Thanks for the helpful feedback Working on it!
You need to get your eyes checked bro
I had to crank the little correction dial for the viewfinder on my camera to equal my glasses perscription.
You might have to do something similar.