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    Model in studio (NSFW)

    I just realized NSFW could be interepreted as Work or Wife. Lol.







    Couple shots with a young & gorgeous model in the studio, man color correcting kicks my ass, and my lighting setup was all new, so that didn't help. Anyways.

    C&C please, thanks for looking.
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    feels like the images are being suffocated by the sheer amount of black but I like how you filled the frame with her in the first shot though
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    I love my blacks.

    I re-cropped the other two, both had her in the center, and moved her to the side, she approved, I approved, on went life, its an easy recomp because of the pure black if i don't like it later though.



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    Your lighting is VERY good! Especially for a new set up! As you mentioned, the colors might be a little too warm, but that may be what you were going for. For shoots like this, I like the blacks being dominant, it serves a purpose! The last one in the chair would be a very, very good image, except for the arm shadow on the face. Because of that fact.. number 3 is my favorite.

    All in all, I think you did quite well.
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    feels like the images are being suffocated by the sheer amount of black
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turn View Post
    feels like the images are being suffocated by the sheer amount of black but I like how you filled the frame with her in the first shot though
    Its funny how i see it more as her popping straight out of the darkness and pushing it back, moreso then her being suffocated by it, shes glowing. Thats to me anyways, obviously different interpretations are very welcomed!

    Quote Originally Posted by jcon View Post
    Your lighting is VERY good! Especially for a new set up! As you mentioned, the colors might be a little too warm, but that may be what you were going for. For shoots like this, I like the blacks being dominant, it serves a purpose! The last one in the chair would be a very, very good image, except for the arm shadow on the face. Because of that fact.. number 3 is my favorite.

    All in all, I think you did quite well.
    Thank you, i have several safer poses for the chair, i'll be posting more as i get the chance to finish em off I am still experimenting on the exact color balance i want, even with proper WB, shes pretty orange, her skin is somewhat tanned, and i did not even gel the lights.
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