Jessie Jo hits the studio

Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by ya3, Jun 14, 2009.

  1. ya3

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    Just a quick frolick through the studio on Saturday with the lovely Jessie Jo :p


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    All shot with either 50mm f/1.8 or 18-55mm kit lens, on a Canon 30D.

    I started out using a small dish + backlight, but then I opened a blind and realised that there was some beautiful natural light coming into the studio. The ones shot under natural light are 100% natural light - no strobes or reflectors (yes, including the last 3 closeups).

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  2. FB008

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    brilliant work as always mate :thumbup:

    though go easy on the vignetting on #12 and 13 :lol:
     
  3. computer newbie

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    nice, i kinda like 9 and 8 more.
     
  4. chunksoul

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    my wife likes 11 12 and 13

    i thought i would get a chicks perspective
     
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    lol... tough crowd :p
     
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    Really great work dude. Fantastic use of the 50mm 1.8 and kit lens.
     
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    Inspiring as always, you make a good spokesperson for the "you don't need $100000 of equipment to make beautiful photos" movement. You do amazing things with your lighting, I especially like the use of the window light. I'd like 7 and 8 more without the fan, 9 really stands out to me though. and I gotta ask, what happening to her leg in 12/13? Why the movement?
     
  8. MWP

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    Proof right here ^^^ that you dont need the latest and greatest expensive gear to take awesome photos!

    Well done :thumbup:
     
  9. baar01

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    Agreed. I like 2 and 11 too.:thumbup:
     
  10. Squeezer

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    #5, #10 ( didnt see the rain through the glass on first look ) and #18 for me

    The eyes look odd in #1.. might be Jpeg artificating

    Like the look in #13 and #12 but that Leg bothers me

    Do you mean the shadow ??
     
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  11. xhanatos

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    overall, nicely done but i was expecting more PS love :thumbup: (like your last shoot, the one with the dirt bikes :thumbup::thumbup:)
     
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    well done mate, your work continues to grow in leaps and bounds!
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    Great work as usual. One thing I picked up was her nostrils seem to be very pronounced in 5, 9, 10 & 17 and once I saw it I couldn't get it out of my head. After going back over them with this in mind I think some shots would have looked better if her face was more front on to the camera, rather than leaning back to the side.
     
  15. methd

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    good stuff.

    try also shooting from the top down to give them more of a feminine look as well as a mix of angles. might work.
     
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    Thanks, guys :p

    It was actually at a proper studio with painted backdrops attached to the walls :)

    She's got one leg up and one leg down. The strong shadow cast onto the door looks like a 2nd leg, but it's not :p Oops.
     
  17. Kyl3

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    Great set mate :)
     
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    Hey seeing as you are in Perth reckon you could take some photos of my PC? I'm looking for someone with a good camera to take some proper artsy photos of it. :)
     
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    I like #10, although maybe a little more rain on the window would be even better.
     
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    mate really nice shots but your work previous to this i think is soooo much stronger.

    like there is nothing wrong with these they are really nice, but i think u have shot / processed some better in the past.
     

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