60s editorial fashion shoot

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    I like it - looks like the team came together and produced some quality images!

    Did you add noise to the images though? Thats probably the only thing I dont like.
     
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    cheers. Yeah, I added grain in post, as I thought it looked more authentic / atmospheric.
     
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    Great location! Really liked 2 and 6.
     
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    liked all except 2 and 3, colors are bit flat (didnt have the nice color vibrance like 6,7,8,9.. ) and didnt really give a story vibe like the others on the exception of pic 5 and 9 which are more of a model shoot (love the contrast between the model and the sun light :thumbup:) otherwise, love the theme.
     
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    really like the 2 Bws especially. overall good set!
     
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    thanks guys. It is interesting what peoples personal faves are. Cheers for all the comments. Yeah, the house was amazing - one of the parents of one of the girls involved with the shoot. So much potential :thumbup:
     
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    See I like 2 and 3 because I feel they tie in with the theme best.. colours.. styling of the whole scene.

    Great set Mark.. hope you do some more :thumbup:
     
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    Cheers Jack, appreciate it. Yeah having a few others on board made the styling etc work nicely. Would like to do some other styles again in the future - was good fun. :)
     
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    everyone to their own? :lol: i generally like 99% of Mark's stuff.
     
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    Yep I agree, was just sharing my thoughts :)
     
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    loved the whole set. :)
     
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    cheers both Duy & Jack - I do enjoy hearing which different ones people do and don't like for whatever reason, so good to get different takes on them and different thoughts on how improvements could have been made :)

    cheers too Batman :)
     
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    Great retro images. I especially love the bathtub one!
     
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    Absolutely stunning! Great work
     
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    cheers guys appreciate the feedback :) :thumbup:
     
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    Superb effort!
     
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    Nice. My favourite are also 2 and 3. To me, the rest are a bit oversaturated, and too cinematic/edgy for the theme.
     
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    Didn't know leicas could time travel heh :p
     
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    Cheers :)

    yeah, interesting comment, as they do look quite saturated - I just went back and had a look at the edit settings, and almost all of them i'd backed off the contrast from the raw shot and also not touched the saturation slider on any of them, maybe I can tone it down a bit. I did tend to decrease the brightness as that was the look i was going for.

    haha. Nice pick up, I was wondering if anyone would notice. Yes, my M6 is an 84 model.... ;)
     

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