fashion with Wal and Christine

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  1. BuD

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    well ive only really ever shot 1 male model before so i had quite alot of excitement to get to shoot a male model yesterday

    shot with 1 light elinchrom deep octa

    just a preview of a duet shot with christine

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    Scarfman and Christine by Anthony Byron - BuDWiZeR, on Flickr
     
  2. Ploddy

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    A great shot that is well executed. I'm no expert, but my 2 cents to be really picky:

    Her shirt is showing the creases in that angle of light, a little smoothing may help.

    Also, his face is in deep shadow, which looks a little odd next to her even bright face. Maybe a light burn?

    Bit too much on the frame camera left. A crop would do it justice IMO. You pretty much don't need the graffiti.
     
  3. lovecolt

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    my opinion is, the female model shouldn't lay backwards. (unless she's pregnant??)
     
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    thanks for the replies and critique
     
  5. Ploddy

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    Welcome. Love to see more :thumbup:
     
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    yea once i got all the pics done will upload the series into the thread
     
  7. xhanatos

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    Is it slightly OOF? The female model is soft.. (smoothing/noise reduction?) while the wall is tack sharp.
    edit: ok, I'm nitpicking.. but her shirt is too wrinkled :p
     
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