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Robert51 12 7 122 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2021 8:11AM
I really like the image and the idea.
clevercloggs Plus
17 251 15 Netherlands
25 Feb 2021 8:29AM
I like it too..
the make up and the eye contact are great as is the whole treatment. In particular the blurring works well to achieve a sort of endlessness in the frame.
Robert
saltireblue Plus
11 11.9k 75 Norway
25 Feb 2021 8:41AM
I nearly didn't recognise you under the make-up, Richard...Tongue🤣
25 Feb 2021 8:59AM

Quote:I nearly didn't recognise you under the make-up, Richard...Tongue🤣


🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
dudler Plus
17 1.6k 1858 England
25 Feb 2021 10:37AM
I reckon I know the model, and have done two remote shoots with her...

My main thoughts are (on the plus side) that it's a fine exercise in composition and costume. On the negative side, I think that her face needs a bit more brightness and contrast to pull it up above the balloon.

I think you might get some useful comments in the Critique Gallery if you posted this there (or a similar shot from the same session).
25 Feb 2021 11:02AM

Quote:I reckon I know the model, and have done two remote shoots with her...

My main thoughts are (on the plus side) that it's a fine exercise in composition and costume. On the negative side, I think that her face needs a bit more brightness and contrast to pull it up above the balloon.

I think you might get some useful comments in the Critique Gallery if you posted this there (or a similar shot from the same session).



The Model is Kay Morgan, I agree about the face, it's a fine balance of trying to keep it spooky. I'm not over familiar with the CG, so will need to research more.
Thank you 😊
dudler Plus
17 1.6k 1858 England
25 Feb 2021 2:29PM
Hi again -

I thought so: aka Vampire Princess. I blogged about remote shooting with her HERE and also the following day, after trying it out.

To post in the CG, you simply need to tick the 'Critique wanted' box when uploading: you forego votes and awards, but you will get feedback from several people, both members of the Critique Team and others. Two of us on the CT have significant experience in the field of model and studio work.

One tip if you do post there - please say as much about the picture as you can, including what you've done with it, how pleased you are with the result, and any specific points that dissatisfy you. It's also, often, helpful to upload an unedited version as your own modification or version, so that we can retrace your footsteps... To see the whole CG, click HERE. That may give you a feel for what it is and how it works...
26 Feb 2021 7:31AM

Quote:Hi again -

I thought so: aka Vampire Princess. I blogged about remote shooting with her HERE and also the following day, after trying it out.

To post in the CG, you simply need to tick the 'Critique wanted' box when uploading: you forego votes and awards, but you will get feedback from several people, both members of the Critique Team and others. Two of us on the CT have significant experience in the field of model and studio work.

One tip if you do post there - please say as much about the picture as you can, including what you've done with it, how pleased you are with the result, and any specific points that dissatisfy you. It's also, often, helpful to upload an unedited version as your own modification or version, so that we can retrace your footsteps... To see the whole CG, click HERE. That may give you a feel for what it is and how it works...



Thank you for the advice,
This morning I’ve just posted my very first Critique Image, so hopefully everything has been done correctly & I await with bated breath to hear what people have to say about it.
I openly admit that I have difficulty with post processing but I’m always eager to learn. 😊😊😊

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