Introduce yourself! Give us your story, share some work, and lets get this ball rolling!
I wonder what "Photography Studio Software" you are using for bookings, invoices, payments and etc? Please mention, if you could, that what made you choose that particular software.
Hey everyone! I just thought I'd take a moment to introduce myself. I've been shooting landscapes primarily over the past year and a half and recently decided to add headshots and portraits to my body of work. Really loving a lot of the work I've seen in this group so far, and looking forward to getting to know you all.
Here's an image...
Hey Dylan. I love your tutorials and have watched them over and over. I have a huge problem using your setup with reflector and keylight with a crop sensor camera. I may have it over too far or not far enough.
Can you give me the info or a diagram on how far the key light should be from the person and how far the reflector should be away...
After loads of post, I've been looking at it for too long to feel anything about it anymore. Feedback?
Shot this image 7 years ago, outside a church....The man is begging for money.
Mexico is full of opportunities to get dramatic portraits like NatGeo Magazine type !
Hello my good friends, my name is Alvaro from Veracruz, Mexico. I am a full time professional photographer specialized in Portraiture.
I love natural light but i do studio lighting as well.
I want to share my work with all and make new friends here.
This was my first attempt at shooting a more stylized fashion looking headshot. I shot at F13 on my Rokinon 85mm with side clamshell lighting and a 36" octa just above my head. Any feedback would be great! This was not a paying job just a personal project with a willing model.
A man from southern Iraq carries his face hard and his eyes are full of words and stories
Hello everyone! Any feedback on this image? I would like to use it for my school portfolio.
I would love to get your thoughts on these images, I'm still learning about lighting techniques and post production.
Hi everyone, I am new here on fstoppers, every critique and help is welcome =D
I am in a crisis, lack of imagination and trying to learn something new, improve my knowledge and so on.
Here is osme work from me, feel welcome to judge haha =)
I work with natural light only.
That shot gave my a fame :)))) Cinematic look and the great play of model Karolina here. The light was natural from the garage door. I added a web to make it more misterious. I hope u like it!
My page - www.damianpiorko.com
Hello everyone, I'm new to the group. I will be posting soon...just wanted to say hello.
Hi everyone! I am a student at the Art Institute of Phoenix. I have built up my commercial product portfolio but am now practicing my portraiture techniques. If you have the time to take a look, I am looking for honest feedback. Thanks!
Does anyone have any recommendations (or thoughts) as to whether Nikon Active D lighting should be left on - (in which case recommendations for settings) i.e. low - medium - high or auto?) Or turned completely off, when shooting portraits in a studio setting?
I use Photoshop for editing and use a Nikon D700.
In advance, many...
Wondering if any one uses/has experience of using old Nikon manual focus lenses such as the 85 mm, 135mm, 200mm with modern day Nikon digital bodies. For example with the Nikon D700 and if so any tips or suggestions that you could pass on?
I started in Photography a fair while back and changed to portrait/headshots totally by accident. I attended a wedding- studio course and found that I was much more interested in studio work.- than weddings!
I'm presently focusing on fashion work and portfolio, both in and out of the studio. I'm mainly self taught; I have enclosed some...
I created this portrait using two sb910 into 60x60 cm soft box into a little room.
Nikon D700 and 85mm f1.4g.
Do you like it?
Natural light portrait. How deal a complete overcast grey sky? Easy, creating a beautiful sunset with a great gold relfector.
Basel (CH) - Urban style
Hello, I'm new here, so I would like to greet you, I'm begginer in photography, but I will show few photos. Please rate the pictures.
My modest eq:
50mm 1.8 STM
Added my glasses, its amazing how the littlest props can make an entire Picture
Canon 5d mark iii canon 70-200 f4 non is
Shot this window light portrait and wanted to have a go at colour grading. Feel free to offer any criticism that I can do something with.
Thanks for helping.
Looking to learn and grow. So share, critique let's do it all. This is my safe space right?! Outside in my back yard. Off camera flash. Give it to me.