Hi, I suspect the eyes are too processed... but otherwise I think it's fine, and want to learn from you what I can improve. Thanks!
My actor friend Dave is always up to playing with me. We found this spot and thought it would be a fun image.
Natural light shot at midday.
Not sure if this is the right group for this shot but couldn't find something closer. This was my first go lighting something like this and was wondering what I could do or add to improve.
I had some down time in the studio so I thought I would play around with lighting a bit. Nothing super fancy, straight on self portrait, but i would love some feedback!
Had a blast teaching my portrait style at Adorama yesterday. Here is one of the shots I took of one of the photographers in the crowd using the Sony A7RII and a Batis 85 1.8.
Portrait practice incorporating heavy use of clarity leaning toward a fun side. C+C welcome!
from a recent photo shoot with a very talented actor.
one gridded snoot pointed at his face, and one light on minimum power on the background
Two self portrait shots I recently took. I'm looking for any feedback. My first two weeks with off camera flash. Both images were edited it Lightroom.
a portrait of a friend where im trying to find the way of reaching my subject. looking for the simplicity of a portrait.
mainly i would like to know what kind of a feel it gives?!
This shot was made at home and there was used "yongnuo", not an expensive flash and a soft box 60x60. Planning to shoot couple of serial shots.
new to the group and have not done much portrait stuff until lately this year- here are some of my images
I recently did a shoot with a friend that makes gold grills for your mouth. We had always talked about making them high contrast black and whites. But when I was editing I started to bring back the gold in the picture.. Just on a creative hunch. I normally hate this look but I kinda liked what I was seeing. The grill maker loved it so I did a...
I like to play with light and shadows. I found this "discard" shot from a few months ago and decided to give it a fresh look. I'm a beginner, so harsh criticism needed (I want to grow). I would like to build a style based on the emotions of this type of image, but keep getting hung up doing boring portraits to make money.
I didn't have any females in my portfolio so I set up a test shoot with Justice. I painted a canvas backdrop that was 6 feet wide so I wouldn't have to worry about transporting a 9 foot roll of seamless. I painted the canvas with different grey acrylic paint adding texture with a sponge roller.
Camera was a Nikon D5200 with a nifty-fifty...
As i begin to walk the path of portrait photography I really need some feedback which is really hard to find beside some "nice" "not bad" comments.
this shot was taken last sturday with a sweet actress and i was trying to get natural light with a fill of a speed light.
i would really love to have some feedback on it...