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Shame about the front of the helmet being pin sharp when it should have been her eyes. A very pretty model and a very nice idea. Try selective blurring of the helmet and clone in her eyes from another shot. I'm sure you will have quite a few shots of her. Great idea for a portrait it tell a very good storey.
Hi Guys. Thanks for the advise. Yes Mrs woolybill Trevor is a fellow committee member. Thanks for the advise so far. I'm going to rework it with a graduated blur to adjust the feeling of the depth of field. Reduce the shadows in his face, dodge and burn his uniform. I think trying that on the sword will fail, so I'm considering a change of colour and or texture on the blade. Thanks for the help.
Hi Keith. Got there in the end. Cracking shots. Just need a little work. The players are very sharp and the shots are packed with action. Just what some publications want. I think a little crop here and there would help. The background could do with being out of focus more as they take the eye away from the players and the action. Great stuff though and a credit to you. Now If seen the images I can talk to you more at the club. Well done, be proud. Jack.