Any advice or critique, please?

5 years 10 months ago #304259 by I.I.photography
Hey guys! I haven't used my camera for a while since I have been busy at school. Thankfully, yesterday I did a photoshoot with some friends of mine and I'm quite satisfied with the results. I'd be grateful if you gave me some advice or critique. :thx2: in advance. :)



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5 years 10 months ago #304423 by KCook
That tree is a tricky background for #1 and #2. I would also try some shots with the tree further away. So the shot is more about the model, less about the tree.

#3 is better. I would like to see the pose adjusted a little so that the bright patch of direct sunlight on the chin is eliminated.

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5 years 6 months ago #351765 by Simon Says
Stunning shots! Especially the third one, a WOW shot!


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5 years 6 months ago - 5 years 6 months ago #355121 by Wall-E
And the shirt should have been adjusted to remove the wrinkles, and de-emphasize her chest.

And in #2, is she looking at something? If so, then show it.
If not, then her head's back WAY too far.


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5 years 6 months ago #355123 by Sharna
I agree about the tree being a distraction. The emphasis on the breasts aren't really that bad but the sunspot on the chin hurts the image.  Stunning girl, I'd like to see some up close to show off her beauty. :)

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5 years 6 months ago #355339 by boriqua latina
 1 and 2 photo she needs way more energy in her poses which will make a powerful shot, count from 1 to 10 and shoot as she does different poses... thats a warmup first.. besides that u wanna show the model, number 1 photo seems like u advertising her sweatshirt and not her..  the same goes for number 2 portrait just dont feel like shes the point of interest..i like pose number 3 but the harsh lill sunlight can mess up a good shot , so adjusting the pose can help indeed..


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5 years 6 months ago #355365 by Shadowfixer1
Background stands out more than the model in images 1 and 2. She also has limbs coming out of her head at different angles. Number 3 needed a reflector to throw light back onto the face. Number 3 also seems a little OOF but it's hard to tell at this size. Nice effort, keep on working on it. 

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5 years 1 week ago #400907 by Travel Nut
Beautiful photography and clicks.


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