Simple Portraits - anything to improve?

Zv

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Sep 23, 2012
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angox said:
Hello all, I'd love to get some feedbacks on the shoot. What would you do differently and why?

http://www.occhio-photography.com/macgyver-we-are/

thanks a lot!

cheers,
r.

Shots look amazing, nothing I would do really, maybe try some different compositions and angles. How about one with a natural smile or reaction? Something more intimate with the camera. But great shots I'd be happy with that result!
 

RGF

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Jul 13, 2012
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I really like the last one.
 

Krob78

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Aug 8, 2012
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They are very nice. Quite well done. If anything, I'd like to see her eyes pop just a bit... but you did notate them as "simple", so I suppose they are perfect the way they are... With all the white & highlights I think that adding a little something to her eyes would just really draw me in...

Nice job! ;)
 

angox

EOS M50
Oct 14, 2012
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Krob78 said:
They are very nice. Quite well done. If anything, I'd like to see her eyes pop just a bit... but you did notate them as "simple", so I suppose they are perfect the way they are... With all the white & highlights I think that adding a little something to her eyes would just really draw me in...

Nice job! ;)

Thanks for your advice! I'll keep that in mind for the next shoot.
 

angox

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Oct 14, 2012
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Zv said:
angox said:
Hello all, I'd love to get some feedbacks on the shoot. What would you do differently and why?

http://www.occhio-photography.com/macgyver-we-are/

thanks a lot!

cheers,
r.

Shots look amazing, nothing I would do really, maybe try some different compositions and angles. How about one with a natural smile or reaction? Something more intimate with the camera. But great shots I'd be happy with that result!

Yes, I should've perhaps taken some "spontaneous outburst" shots.. Will keep it in mind for next time.. Thanks for the pointer!
 

CanadianInvestor

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Mar 2, 2013
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Absolutely marvellous shots, however, the last three lack 'sharpness', in my opinion. Was this intentional or am I seeing something which is not there? But, again, great shots and you are right, simple, yet outstanding.
 

angox

EOS M50
Oct 14, 2012
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CanadianInvestor said:
Absolutely marvellous shots, however, the last three lack 'sharpness', in my opinion. Was this intentional or am I seeing something which is not there? But, again, great shots and you are right, simple, yet outstanding.

Hi thanks for the feedback. If 100% viewed, I find the sharpness fine for these 3. Maybe you are referring to low contrast? Or perhaps because of the shallow DOF?
 
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