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18/04/2013 - 4:50 PM

Wherefore Art Tho

Wherefore Art ThoA brave move use IR Nick, not many would have tried, specially on a first shoot, so hats off to you for pulling it off, the window I can see Colin's point, I also see yours, but have you thought of a square format, just a thought. My main niggle is with the light toward the right of the model, in places it has fallen off quickly leaving it bit dark in places on her shoulder, arm and dress, possibly the use of a reflector would having pushed some light back into those areas.
I know it's your first shoot of doing models and you deserve to be pleased with it and I bet you've already learnt loads by reviewing your images from this shoot, keep pushing forward Nick and enjoy.

LesF
17/04/2013 - 4:08 PM

"Viola"

"Viola"Do like it a lot Tom, one little niggle for me, I wish she had been six inches or so to the right, just so the line of the walls didn't cut through the violin, but only a niggle

Look forward to seeing more


LesF
24/01/2013 - 6:21 PM

A Family at War

A Family at WarNot easy these still life's Nick, but it's the practice and research that will finally put the jigsaw pieces into place.
For me V1 without the keyline, it makes it blend into the background better, with the keyline it appears your ending the image, if you get what I mean.
With V4 you could try leaving the lower case as is but use the lighting of V1 on the upper section, just an idea


LesF
18/01/2012 - 8:21 PM

The Curtain Call

The Curtain CallI think a bit more diffused light would help Janet, but your right another element would help. Still it's well shot and processed.

Wonder if a chair or musical instrument would help, just a thought.


LesF
01/09/2011 - 9:08 PM

Media City

Media CityFor me Nick you already do very decent monos, well excellent monos already, can't really see this as an improvement, more as step back if you get what I mean.
Richard has pretty well summed up the image, the sky also appears to me to be seperate from the rest of the image, as the cloud movement does not extend into the reflections of the water, the toning of the image is fine.
You have a project in mind, so may be what your intending here fits into that, if so go for it but for me your normal style mono's already work well enough.


LesF
30/04/2011 - 6:45 PM

Wuthering Heights

Wuthering HeightsNot sure where you are with this location, different though and a nice little lead in.

One small niggle Nick, there is a halo on the hill to the left of the tree and in the branches of the tree above the skyline, only a niggle, just in case your printing it.

LesF
29/04/2009 - 8:51 PM

Preparations

PreparationsAlthough I like the comp Nick and it been in mono, it feels a little to bright inside the shed as I remember it giving a few to many highlights, plus bottom left looks like some brush marks there.

LesF
26/07/2008 - 6:36 AM

Hayfields 2

Hayfields 2Like the light and the brooding clouds Nick in this one but I have two minor niggles, the sky about a third in from the right appears to have a light patch about it and the grasses in the f/g appear over sharpened, they appear to have lost there definition as i said minor niggles still a good shot with that light.

LesF