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My first attempt at shooting with two models all shot on a cold cloudy morning at Loch Lomond while all being attacked by Midges!
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Good crisp images.
v2 for me
On V1, the heart of this is the expressions - trouble waiting to happen?
Some distractions in the background: the top of the wall, and the tree right behind a head. Shooting from a few inches higher would have sorted the one, and a move to the side the other.
Too many variants to comment on all of them: overall, I reckon you've framed too aggressively at times, and cut off (for instance) the top of a head in V9, and there are several arms looking amputated.
However, dealing with two models is very hard work: much more so than one. (I say on the basis of very little experience of working iwth two models! But the little has convinced me!)
I can only suggest practice, practice, practice. Which will be no hardship, I feel!
I think Trouble waiting to happen discribes these two quite well
Thank you for the advice it is much appreciated i am hoping to get much more practice in with them both in future
they are all beautiful shots,,,,,
Leaps and bounds Iain, leaps and bounds - another great set - have to say your Debs looks a tad nervous in a couple of these... mayhaps it's the midges!!lol
Yeah the midges played a huge part by the end of the shoot debbie looked like she had chicken pox due to all the little bite marks!
Only two points to mention, one is work with a single model specially the model in red is more confident and attractive, work with her , and the other is use some simple backgrounds where your work highlihgt more rather then the other things which distract the eyes.
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