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Canon 5D Mark IV, 85mm F/1.2, F/1.6, 1/4000s, iso 100, Hss Strobe with Octabox.
Here are a couple of head shots I did for a local sailboat racing team.
Nikon D800 Nikon 70-200 VRII Speed Light Nikon SB910 F3.5 1/160 ISO 320 Both Lights 1/32 ... Background 1/16
Working on my headshot photography skills and would love some feedback to improve those skills and images. Thank you.
Photo & Retouch: Mahmoud Ahmed
Fashion Editor / Stylist: @hodawahby
Not sure why my flash sync is not doing the strobe thing. I set my camera to Flash Sync to 1/250s (Auto FP) and I use a Vello Transmitter on my camera and Vello Receiver on my Nikon SB-700 flash (set to Manual & turned to ON). The flash goes off but I cannot go any faster than the flash sync speed of 1/250.
Is there a setting on my...
I recently made my first attempt at the traditional 'Hollywood Noir' style of portrait work. The image was shot via two Tungsten lamps, with a Fresnel lens and barn door.
Does anyone in the group have experience of this genre and could offer assistance in respect of further learning resources.
C and C welcome and much appreciated...
If I could go back in time, of course I would make changes to both of these images! But my clients were happy. Which look do you think would sell better?
For the girl, she needs more room above her eyes. Her hairline at least! Love her expression. Mixed feelings about the intensity of the hair. Can live without the necklace.
She is young plastic surgeon based in Moscow. Critique, comments are welcome!
Shot on 5d Mark4 with 24-70/2.8 on 70mm and f6.3. Continuous light - Flexible LED panels.
Hey guys, I recently started dodging and burning my images. I would appreciate any thoughts on this image.
I love capturing portraits in natural window light, In a dark room where the only source of light is a window light.
wanted to share one of mine favorite portraits, taken with Nikon D7000 + Nikkor 105mm /1.8 Ais
Love to take photos of Characters, to show who the people are.