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This is the concierge of my building and a friend, I use a speedlight with a little octa.
I hope 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
I could take some photos in a swimming pool with one of my models. She lay down to the edge of the pool and I shot from the top with a wide-angle lens. I also used a studio flash with a 150cm octobox on the right side and a rim light from the other side.
If you have any suggestion or remark, I would welcome.
I took this photo after soon sunrise with only natural lights and I also used a small reflector under model's face. Furthermore I modified the colors.
I would be happy any feedbacks or suggestions regarding the composition or coloured as well.
EXIF: 85mm; f/2.8; 1/4000, ISO 100
I'm actually not afraid to bring my camera past 640 anymore. Grain is a characteristic for a reason and we can't always shy away from it. Of course sometimes it doesn't work well but sometimes its minimal and attractive.
Iso is 2000 btw.
My cousin, Gabe, asked me to design a portrait shoot for him just recently. This was truly a unique opportunity because Gabe was born without arms or legs. He is launching his career as a motivational speaker and much of his speaking material is designed around the topics of excelling without limits and how he has continued to achieve his goals...
a little cute portrait in natural light (from a window) with Mr. Fredricksen
01: i used just a color correction and sunlight.
02: i add a little paper behind his to lit the shadows.
03: i add a simple mirror to create a window light that project the image on the wall.
05: more drama with different...
This is a photo of one of my first studio lighting portraits, using more than a single strobe. Thanks for any feedback!
Portrait photography is like directing a movie. tell your model a story to play, a memory to think & a goal to achieve, the rest would be her/his job to act, and ours would be to capture the moment when it feels right.
Hello, My name is Joel Isimeme. I am a senior in college and a part-time Portrait & Wedding photographer originally from Nigeria but based in Lynchburg, VA. Trying a new lighting setup for a portrait series I'm doing.
Any critique would be nice? thoughts?
Let's be honest, this image is not original (or that's how I see it) because I'm sure you've seen a lot of different/similar versions of it.
however, I'm sharing with you my version and ask for your comments to let me know what do you think of it? I should also mention that I've done a lot of color gradings on it, so there might be some...
I've been working on shooting more male portraits recently. What've you been trying to do more often?
A double exposure on a high key portrait I did of my friend.
Critic welcome, good / Bad .What do you like and dislike ;)
Nikon D810 f/4 1/640 ISO-100 Nikon 85mm 1.4
Light 2X elinchrom ELB 400 high sync with 70x100 softboxes
Here's my latest portrait. He plays in a band who dresses up like pirates. I shot their new album cover so he was in my office discussing those photos. I asked him for a quick portrait.