Uday Sripathi's picture

My Latest Shoot

Hello everyone. I am a new member here. I am also comparatively a new photographer, just around a year in professional photography. I look forward to sharing my work and learning from you all. These are a few photos from my latest shoot. Do give me your feedback pls.

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Remy Dukes's picture

I like the shots. If anything I would make her warmer. She isnt saturated like the background is. Or just desaturated the background. Great shots.

Uday Sripathi's picture

Thank you! I think the problem is with my monitor calibration. Now I see the photos in my cell phone I can see the difference. Will recalibrate and edit!

Uday Sripathi's picture

Okay recalibrated my monitor...Do you see any difference?

Robert Nurse's picture

She looks more natural in this one. Did you use a gel initially?

Uday Sripathi's picture

Nope, no gel..

Frank Withers's picture

Hey, nice work. My personal 2c is I would have exposed the model just a bit more with relation to the background. I would also use a larger light source and slightly higher up to make the light look more motivated- as the viewer I think you want them to believe she is being illuminated by the ambient city light, whereas currently I can very easily tell this is lit artificially. With all that light behind her, it is visually distracting that there is no back light hitting her- you can add this in with exposure ambient or preferably with a controlled hair-light. The posing and expression can also use refinement- have the model part her lips, lose the sunglasses (it's night), and I would avoid ground-posing unless it is high-fashion- which her wardrobe does not indicate.

That is just my 2c- I agree with below comment that the main light could be gelled, maybe with a 1/4 CTO just to warm up a bit with the background. Welcome to the community and keep on shooting!