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This is the second shot of D from my first shoot.
Thanks to all those that commented on the first picture, both my wife and I are very encouraged.
Like this one even better, D seems to have relaxed a little more. Very lovely lady.
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Better image. The expression is more relaxed
She looks nice and happy.
Two things I would suggest ........... I would desaturate the blue in the hue/saturation and also clone out the fold lines in the backdrop.
If you can - in future sessions - get more distance between your model and the backdrop and open the lens a couple of stops and pull the backdrop as tight as possible to get it as smooth as you can
What a nice realaxed pose, youre doing good.
I prefer the pose of the !st one.Together with the expression of this one and it would be a real winner.
On this one I don't like the pose as it's un-flattering and the right side keeps pulling the eye over there.
so you both should,,beautiful images,,,
hi = i like the pose but would crop to get rid of legs because they are in foreground pointing towards camera it makes them look big - would suggest you need to iron the back drop better to get rid of creases.
Dont know if you have many lights because if shooting a white bg - you need to get 2 lights firing on bg 3 stops more than forefround to make it go white. Also you need to get your model as far from back drop as possible but at least 6 - 8 feet.
Another nice shot - I would have been tempted to point the camera down slightly though. Click!
Yes you are on the right track keep up the work rate.I see the wife is geting more confidant and it shows
All the best Alan
Well I would agree with many of the comments here.
In this one she looks lot more confident, so I haop you will be taking more photos soon.
Couple of suggestions:
1. Let her look slightly at angle to the camera, that way she wont be too sub-concious
2. Background is too tame for such a beautiful lady
3. Earing rings look great, add some more jewellry
4. blouse with long sleeves let her down in the photo, short one next time, and needs to be flimsier
And finally good luck!
More relaxed pics in this image, but i have to say in your lovely wifes defense, its not easy modelling for a loved one.
I would invest in seamless paper backdrops if you have the space, they make for a cleaner picture, material always looks a bit messy.
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