The Dancer - sony a7rIII

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  1. BuD

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    model erin o'roruke from mystique models hmua mal carlton

    So i got to shoot a dancer. I was excited as to do it and she came out better than i had imagined. This girl got a future.

    on my shiny new a7rIII and 85mm prime blend of ambient natural light in shade and 150cm octa
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  2. MR CHILLED

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    Lovely model, I do love the first shot....with nice cap of casual shots at the end.
     
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    BuD

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    thanks mate that first 1 was my fav
     
  4. EvilGenius

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    Hair down shots = win. She does have a wayward strand on the left in no.12 that is a little distracting, but still great shots :thumbup:
     
  5. Psyentist

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    Nice set. 9 is my pick.

    Did you grab any movement or dance jumps? If so, how did the A7RIII fare?
     
  6. lonewolf1983

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    nice work - i like the processing too.
    Dancers make fantastic models in most cases
     
  7. Xang

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    Love the lighting and expressions. 7 & 10 are my favourites. Nice work :)
     
  8. clrobbo

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    No, I think 12 is the best as you managed to catch her youthfulness with great lighting. Not one section of her face missed the light while still having the hair swept to the side..........The only fault is not with you but the application of her foundation on the left side of her upper nose right near the inner corner of her left eye......It's hard to pick these things up until after you analyse the final shots........but the lighting did "shine" this part of her otherwise great skin. Being one of the few casual shots, I know this one missed the Ballerina theme yet still came out the best. Well in my view anyway. Perfect colour selection on the background too. In regards to the model, what a magnificently beautiful creature she will be when she gives away the dancing and adds 7-8kg to her frame. All shots are great ! You've managed to catch her lines and form minus any accessories except earring studs in a few shots. Number 11 is a great pic but not of the same class as the rest if I had to be critical, and this shot would be better with her hair washed in volumising conditioner, but what can you do on the day..........Hahaha....She's too beautiful to fully hide her eye too........1, 5, and 9 are awesome poses along with the ballerina theme.........Top work.
     
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    Will be doing some action dance shits af the beach in a few months with high sync on strobes
     
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    Thanks very much for a great reply. Shes so humble as well
     
  11. dche5390

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    Your lighting is on point.
     
  12. !nsane

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    Yep lighting is awesome. Only negative I can say is that the backdrop and ground seam draws my eye a little. If you can blend these together I think it might step them up just that bit more.
     

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