Emily

jpcjpc bokeh junkiePosts: 840Registered Users Major grins
edited July 17, 2011 in People
Feedback is appreciated, thanks!

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Comments

  • KikopriceKikoprice Major grins Posts: 153Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 15, 2011
    #7 is my favorite with #1 being a really close second. Great job on the lighting.
  • QarikQarik Krazy Korean Posts: 4,938Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 15, 2011
    lovely lovely set
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  • divamumdivamum Major grins Posts: 9,018Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 15, 2011
    Bokeh junkie indeed! Beautiful set, and #1 is gooorrrrggeeous..................!!
  • jpcjpc bokeh junkie Posts: 840Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 15, 2011
    Thanks to all for the kind words. I've never posted a portrait set here, so it's great to hear positive feedback.
  • zoomerzoomer Major grins Posts: 3,688Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 16, 2011
    1 and 2 jump off the page. 7 is pretty cool lighting. Gorgeous model.
    Nice job.
  • VayCayMomVayCayMom making real life prettier Posts: 1,869Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 16, 2011
    Beautiful subject and you captured it very nicely !!!
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  • AgnieszkaAgnieszka Photoshopping ... Posts: 3,262Super Moderators moderator
    edited July 16, 2011
    Uhm ... HOT! Beautiful photos! Love pretty much everything about them ... sharpness, depth of field ... light ... just really, really pretty!
  • Mark1616Mark1616 Major grins Posts: 312Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 16, 2011
    Totally sweeeet, really well set up and shot!

    I'm here to learn so please feel free to give me constructive criticism to help me become the photographer I desire to be.

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  • jpcjpc bokeh junkie Posts: 840Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 16, 2011
    Thanks again for all of the positive feedback! I was worried about lighting initially because we ended up getting to the park at about 10:30 and it was full sun - not a cloud in the sky. It was a challenge keeping harsh light off her face. I manged to keep her in the shade and the rest is just a 5-in-1 reflector and an SB-700.

    Here's another bunch from the same shoot. Hope you like them.


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  • reyvee61reyvee61 Major grins Posts: 1,877Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 16, 2011
    I really love one and seven but I wish #1 was not so centered....
    Excellent work!
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  • jpcjpc bokeh junkie Posts: 840Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 17, 2011
    Thanks, Rey. #1 is indeed centered, but I didn't want to lose her hand or the top of her head to make it rule-of-thirds-friendly. #14 is an opposite angle and is a better crop. Glad you liked them.
  • divamumdivamum Major grins Posts: 9,018Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 17, 2011
    Is she a model, or were these senior portraits or...?

    Love #12, but I'd back off on the tilt a little - I love tilts, don't get me wrong, but i find myself looking at some of these with my head turned, which is my personal marker of "too much" :giggle thumb.gif
  • jpcjpc bokeh junkie Posts: 840Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 17, 2011
    You're right about tilt - it's easy to get carried away ;)

    I was actually conservative with this set. Only 3 of the 14 shots I posted are tilted. In #12 (which I think is my favorite) she was leaning back against a trunk, so the camera was actually pretty close to level for that shot. Her mom really liked that one also.

    She's a friend of my daughter and is an aspiring model. She might choose one of these for her yearbook portrait, but there's lots of time for more. She's only 16...
  • SamSam San Jose CA Posts: 7,418Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 17, 2011
    Nice photography and the girl is dong fantastic. She can definitely be a model.

    Sam
  • DVanrompayDVanrompay Big grins Posts: 12Registered Users Big grins
    edited July 17, 2011
    LOVE LOVE LOVE the light on #7!

    What lights are you using other than ambient (on the whole set)?
  • jpcjpc bokeh junkie Posts: 840Registered Users Major grins
    edited July 17, 2011
    #7 seems to be a big hit! Emily loved this one as well. It really did end up being very dramatic. Every shot used an SB-700 for fill. It was either mounted on my D700 with a 8" x 6" softbox, or it was firing into a reflective, socked umbrella. On some shots I also used a 5-in-1 reflector. In #7, her mom was pointing the silver side through the window.

    Glad you like it!
  • ashleyaleeseashleyaleese Big grins Posts: 40Registered Users Big grins
    edited July 17, 2011
    I'm totally drawn to 8- but I am in LOVE with 1 also! Great set!
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