Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Kieffer87, Oct 5, 2005.
Need some help. What do you think, suggestions?
Great photography and wonderful subject to photograph.
The knee throws off the pic in #2
^ agreed, but the last one is my favorite, it looks good.
i wish you had gotten all of her into the second pic.
Yea I wish I could have gotten all of her to but she was messing around blowing grass and I had shot a few of those and then I snapped that photo. Ill have to crop her knee out of there. Nothing a little photoshop cant solve Thanks for the input though. Do you guys think she has a chance at modeling? Thats what she we were taking these for.
First pic is alittle dark. I don't know if I like the shadows, but I LOVE THE LENSE FLARE ON THE BOTTOM LEFT!!!!!
Second pic... meh, at least she's not blurry, the colors look alittle off. Plus I think I see a boob coming up from outside the pic!
good job catching the action though.
Third pic, god dam is her name casper? She is really bright compared to the grass. Is the grass really that dark where you are? Well it is fall afterall so...
Fourth pic FTW! Next time stand up higher though to get a better shot down her shirt!
Summer is already past... Take fall pictures
Depends on what kinda modeling she's trying to do. If you're talking like quitting her current job to become a professional I say no. But working at events and stuff she can make some good weekend cash.. I know alot of Seriously FINE girls that I work with all the time. They aren't pro's but they're happy that they can get alittle extra money on the weekends.
Pretty good for a kodak
I don't know if i like the shadows in the first one.
The colors are off in the 2nd
white balance looks off in the third
How about this?
lens flare = pure sex
Hair is somewhat green...you over did it
I was working on my laptop instead of my CRT. I agree
use fill flash
and get a better camera or preset your white balance the colors are off
On my camera I have High, natural, and low color modes. Would that help out at all? It's on natural color right now, I guess ill just have to experement. Im a college student so a new camera is unfortunetly out of the question. Thanks for the input though guys. By the way what program is everyone using for that border? Just a square in photoshop or what?
these all look like they were taken at the same time, but there seems to be a different color cast in each one. kind of weird
Love the last pic
This is what I was going to say ... no matter how bright it is outside you still have shadows giving dark spots on her face
Especially in the first shot, a fill flash would've really helped with the shadows on the face. Another option is to set up a reflecter to reflect some light back at the subject from that angle, but unless you feel like carrying a big piece of white posterboard around or something like that, flash is the way to go.
Second pic needs work
@ "tweaked" pics
Well congratulations on fixing the color problem... Still doesn't change the quality of the picture though. Would you hang this shot on your living room wall?