Bikini girl in my studio with my first scenic bacground

PureShot

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Hi everybody, i post a test picture with scenic bacground i bought on ebay
7D
24-105mm
flash 3x
sofbox chimera
manfrotto vivid color gel filter Deep Orange
 

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jimmy156

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Jul 5, 2011
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I like it, nicley lit, lovely model in a nice pose.

The one thing i will say about the background is the horzion has a strong curve, which makes it look less realistic.
 
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jimmy156 said:
I like it, nicley lit, lovely model in a nice pose.

The one thing i will say about the background is the horzion has a strong curve, which makes it look less realistic.

The extreme curve in the background does feel a bit weird. I might push it just a touch more towards natural colors too, just a touch.
 

cayenne

EOS R6
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Mar 28, 2012
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Is the background rolled all the way down to where the model is standing on it....or is that a bit of photoshop work to make her look like she's standing on sand, etc?

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RGF

How you relate to the issue, is the issue.
Jul 13, 2012
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LetTheRightLensIn said:
jimmy156 said:
I like it, nicley lit, lovely model in a nice pose.

The one thing i will say about the background is the horzion has a strong curve, which makes it look less realistic.

The extreme curve in the background does feel a bit weird. I might push it just a touch more towards natural colors too, just a touch.

Curve is opposite the curve of the earth. A bit unnatural
 

jebrady03

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Feb 2, 2011
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joshbennett said:
I would think it is real.

Really? The first thing about this picture that jumped out at me was that the background didn't look real at all - even without considering the horizon curve.

Model looks great. I might have ditched the gel as well.
 

spinworkxroy

EOS RP
Mar 17, 2012
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I like this picture. I agree the background looks fake and the girl looks plastic but so what. I strongly believe the creator's main objective wasn't to make it "real" It was a look he was after and he did it very well. The background was done on purpose to look fake, it is after a "fake" scene. It's like telling a painter his painting looks fake..I believe the same applies here..if the creator meant to make it believable, then he failed, but if he meant for it to be in this certain "style" then he succeeded. Not every photo has to be realistic, just as not every painting need to be like a photograph..that's the whole point of both being an art form.
 
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crasher8

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I'd suggest losing the hooker blue eye shadow and using a color that ties into the scene. Would love to see more from this series, perhaps with her looking down a bit? I for one don't think there's any 'dearth', I like the quantity! I would buy her a sandwich though. Yeah, level that background.
 

rpt

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Mar 7, 2012
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acoll123 said:
I'm going to start putting "bikini" in the title all of my posts from now on . . . 8)
Great idea! A title like "Bikini street shots" will get a lot of visitors ;)
 

RGF

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Jul 13, 2012
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rpt said:
acoll123 said:
I'm going to start putting "bikini" in the title all of my posts from now on . . . 8)
Great idea! A title like "Bikini street shots" will get a lot of visitors ;)
+1
 
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