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Three Faced

By kearney11
Hello again! I thought i'd have been able to keep up to date despite all of my college work... How wrong was I!
Anyway I have decided to upload some of my photos that I have taken throughout my first year in my Photography A Level.
I will be expecting results for my AS photography in august and will be sure to let you know what i achieved.

The intention for this photo was to show the different influences on a person through fashion and character from different subcultures, and i wanted to use the merged mug shot appearance to present three different influences in one image.
I like the transparency of the character as it makes her style and character seem very indefinite, but i think the brick wall background is too distracting for the image.
The strange colour scheme used was part of an inspiration from a photographer called Anna Gaskell who uses surreal and dreamlike scenes with odd colours in her photography.
Constructive critique is very welcome.

Tags: Portrait Fashion Character Girl Culture Digitally manipulated Teenager Teen Mug shot Portraits and people

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tonyguitar Plus
3 55 31 Canada
4 Jun 2012 3:43AM
Mostly I pick up a very attractive and healthy model with a nice physic. She is 'plunk' center. Why not 1/3rd left with the strongest profile looking towards center right?

These bricks look flat. Why not a greystone wall and side lighting at 6Tonguem? Your exif says 4:34pm, but the light looks more like 2:30pm. This is a work in progress and getting it right may take a little time.

Your model is a winner. You just need a good wall and better light quality and angle. TG

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Nicely captured. Deep
6 Jun 2012 12:19AM

Quote:Mostly I pick up a very attractive and healthy model with a nice physic. She is 'plunk' center. Why not 1/3rd left with the strongest profile looking towards center right?

These bricks look flat. Why not a greystone wall and side lighting at 6Tonguem? Your exif says 4:34pm, but the light looks more like 2:30pm. This is a work in progress and getting it right may take a little time.

Your model is a winner. You just need a good wall and better light quality and angle. TG



Thanks for the feedback, i'll be sure to consider these ideas when i am next taking photos!

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