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Some fashion shots

Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by TheBear21, May 12, 2018.

  1. TheBear21

    TheBear21 Member

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    Very gritty and moody.
     
  3. Akh-Horus

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    She has the same expression - detracts from some very good photo technique.....
     
  4. humanrace

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    I quite like. I like the editing and the poses.

    The pipe in the last one is distracting. If I was nitpicking I feel like the shadows are too warm relative to the rest in 4 and the difference in brightness of the catchlights in 1 to be distracting.
     
  5. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Gorgeous model, she has a lovely look. Nice :thumbup:

    As above, I like the wall poses also.
     
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    TheBear21

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    Young, inexperienced model (15yo) and me missing this at the time of shooting. She has a strong look that will work well for her in fashion. But trying to get some variety can be difficult. I didn't realise how similar the expressions were until looking at the photos in post.

    I agree. But beyond my Photoshop skill level.
     
  7. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Didn't pick her for 15.
     
  8. humanrace

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    Give it a shot. Make new empty layer and use clone stamp tool (with current and below set) and clone the area behind it and drag it over, resize and use a mask to blend it in. You will have to use the transform tool a bit to get it to fit right.

    I hope you dont mind, but its been ages since ive done any photo editing as ive been pursuing other hobbies but i did a quick edit for fun (it literally took me 7mins) removed that and other distracting things in the image. if you arent happy let me know i'll take it down

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xmGE_F1px0Gv-kUac5X3-rJYAdl-CKiv

    with a bit of practice and doing it without rushing you could easily do a better edit then what i just did
     

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