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Portrait yesterday of John. Nikon D800 with 85mm 1.4G, wide open. C&C welcome.







Jan 03, 2018 at 06:26 PM
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way too much headroom on the crop.


Jan 03, 2018 at 08:05 PM
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Agreed. Here's a different crop.







Jan 03, 2018 at 09:48 PM
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Cool location. Interesting model.

1.) I think I would have posed him a bit further away from the background so you could get more background blur.

2.) I think if you shot at eye level it would be better. It appears the camera is about at the model's chest level? (From the reflection in his sunglasses it looks like the camera is on a tripod, and you're shooting with a timer or remote trigger. )

3.) Take a few seconds to clone out the zit on his neck.

Thanks for sharing.



Jan 04, 2018 at 04:35 PM
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film_4ever wrote:
Cool location. Interesting model.

1.) I think I would have posed him a bit further away from the background so you could get more background blur.

2.) I think if you shot at eye level it would be better. It appears the camera is about at the model's chest level? (From the reflection in his sunglasses it looks like the camera is on a tripod, and you're shooting with a timer or remote trigger. )

3.) Take a few seconds to clone out the zit on his neck.

Thanks for sharing.


Thanks for the input. I thought about the distance to the wall after the fact- I think it would be very nice to have that separated from him a bit more. I was shooting in front of him and getting low was my solution to not be in the reflection too much. When I was shooting him at eye level, I found that to avoid showing myself in the reflection, I would put myself shooting at his eye behind the glasses (does that make sense?) and it didn't have the same good effect as this. Always compromises I guess. Yes, I definitely need to clear up the zit. Thanks again.



Jan 04, 2018 at 08:13 PM







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