So, another upload of Eden.
Now, I have taken on board all the comments and good critique from the previous uploads, especially the last one. I knew that one was already flawed, so that info that was given has been used here.
So, the setup is the same. Standing in the corner of a white room with a large window either side of her and a reflector in front and to the right. Thats all the light there was.
Originally, there was a red cast from the hair reflection and this was noticed before and noted by me. I have tried (although I am not too sure successfully) to tone down the red cast over her and tone it a bit more "correctly". I have also burned in the more over exposed and blown areas around the outer edge of the arm around the tattoo and I have added a touch more sharpness and contrast to a few areas. I have brought the exposure down just a touch overall and a touch around the face to bring a touch more detail in.
The crop I couldn't do anything about as it was done in camera, so that isn't touched. But the comments from the other image that is similar to this that I previously uploaded were very much of the idea that there shold be more of a tighter crop. So I thought this shot might be a bit more along that brief to do some work to.
The pose I can't do anything about now, its done and I appreciate the comments about the hunched shoulders, the bad hand positioning, the straight ahead pose, the head forward position etc etc....all of that is taken on board, so not a lot I can do about that now and take it to the next shoot.
But I have done "some" touching up, but its minimal, but hopefully its noticable and has had a positive effect. Please let me know what you think......thanks!
(P.S. Still not entirely convinced I have reduced the red cast....)
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