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  1. #14411
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    Here's another from my recent shoot.

    What do you guys think?

    Last edited by anco85; 12-15-2010 at 10:00 AM.
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  2. #14412
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    anco, either you forgot to attach the picture, or my computer doesn't want to display it, because I don't see anything!

  3. #14413
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    How about now?
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  4. #14414
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    Quote Originally Posted by anco85 View Post
    Here's another from my recent shoot.
    What do you guys think?
    I think the subject's position and lighting is good. Her pose feels awkward to me (her looking up way too much). If I may suggest, you can shoot her from a lower level looking up and you can have her looking to her left, very slightly looking up. That way, you're not losing much of her face. Just my two cents otherwise great job!
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  5. #14415
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    Quote Originally Posted by anco85 View Post
    What do you guys think?

    Sorry but to me it's not at all flattering for the model the pose looks awkward and I don't understand it from a composition point of view.

  6. #14416
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    Advent calendar for the office worker.


  7. #14417
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    @anco95: I like the 'moodiness' of the lighting and background. As for the pose, yes, I agree she's looking up too much (as if there's a leak in the ceiling!). With just a little repositioning of the head and a haughty look, she could be about to burst into some flamenco dancing........

    Here's my offering for today. Nothing special, just an old cafe/restaurant sign that caught my eye whilst walking in the city, waiting for my car to be serviced. The interesting thing is that the photo was taken with my relatively ancient 2MP Nikon E2100, a very small and basic digicam that was my first digital camera. (OK, it's not a DSLR but it's still a Nikon!)

    Apart from a little bit of purple fringing here and there, I still think the image quality is reasonable, even when compared to today's technological marvels. And it takes video too! (But without sound, for some reason.)
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    Still getting the new computer set up, can finally open a photograph
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  9. #14419
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    Quote Originally Posted by anco85 View Post
    How about now?
    Looks good! Very dark feel to it, but still lit well enough to show the background textures. I think it looks great!

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    Cold weather here.... 19 degrees but got a few shots....
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