Makiah

Maximilian

The dark side - I've been there
Nov 7, 2013
2,150
96
Germany
#2
Hi CanonFanBoy!

Nice model, good pose. (y)
If critism is welcome:
BG is a little bit nervouse (fence?).
To me that red fur trim is distracting too much, esp. as the lipstik and ruff color is not really matching to it.
So b/w is the better picture for me.
 

CanonFanBoy

EOS 5D Mark IV
Jan 28, 2015
2,567
208
Irving, Texas
#3
Hi CanonFanBoy!

Nice model, good pose. (y)
If critism is welcome:
BG is a little bit nervouse (fence?).
To me that red fur trim is distracting too much, esp. as the lipstik and ruff color is not really matching to it.
So b/w is the better picture for me.
Hi Maximilian. We are at the Soldiers and Sailors monument in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. The background is a tall building about 50 yards away. The clothing is from a designer out of Dublin, Ireland named Emily Nahyree. She flew all the way from Dublin for the show. To be honest, I found her line, as a whole, to be very exciting. This was at a model boot camp the day before the fashion show. So yes, the red is very bright, but I had no choice in the matter. There were 6 photographers and we were each assigned models in the rotation as they got finished with hair, makeup, and got their assigned clothing to model. I like the black and white better also. :)
 

jd7

EOS Rebel SL2
Feb 3, 2013
612
41
#4
One of the best portraits you've posted CFB, IMHO. Definitely the colour version for me though - to me it's more interesting than the b&w. I agree with Maximilian the bokeh is a little more nervous than would be ideal (and the b&w version does help in that regard), but sometimes there is only so much you can do about the background.
 
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