Tara

CanonFanBoy

Purple
CR Pro
Jan 28, 2015
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3,695
Irving, Texas
My friend Tara.
 

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Jan 28, 2017
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Like the first one the most. she is very beautiful
but i think light is bit warm on the left side. just my opinion.
 

YuengLinger

Godzilla needs boxing lessons.
CR Pro
Dec 20, 2012
3,483
1,932
USA
Ok, here's a little C&C, always offered at great peril...

First, in the first two shots, I'm seeing just a hint of front focusing, where the collar is the sharpest point.

Second, in the first shot, the brightly exposed area of her camera-facing cheek and neck area draws the eyes away from her face and gaze, which, imo, does not serve the portrait well.

Third, nitpicking, in the first shot, I believe the eyes have been over-sharpened in post processing.

I like the second best. Flattering, natural, an attractive subject complemented by a good background. Is the t-shirt just overexposed?

The third shot, not my taste, and the front of her hair has gone gray.
 

Besisika

How can you stand out, if you do like evrybdy else
Mar 25, 2014
740
158
Montreal
The positive: subject is very comfortable with you - way to go.
The negative: green cast. Choose your spot well. If wanting to shoot under trees, choose tall ones especially if the plant/tree is not part of the environmental portrait.
 
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