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Plaid

Discussion in 'Portrait Images Forum' started by Pitter, May 6, 2018.

  1. Pitter

    Pitter Always on

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    My usual subject in plaid and natural light.

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  2. Mike Singh

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    Nice curves! If she stood away from the wall some more you would eliminate the shadow.
    Mike
     
  3. Pitter

    Pitter Always on

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    Very true. Thanks.
     
  4. Roger S

    Roger S Crazy Canuck Administrator

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    She can pull off the well dressed look just as easily as the casual.
     
  5. Haripaul

    Haripaul Always on Premium Member

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    Lovely casual shot but the clenched hand under chin doesn't look right, if she had just relaxed her hand a little it would of looked better.
     
  6. chris rose

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    Is there a bit of 'photo comping' to her 'rear'
     
  7. Pitter

    Pitter Always on

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    Rear is natural i.e. at least the photo is. The back part of the dress does;t match with the front. I doubt she paid very much for it.
     
  8. Isac

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    Please don't shoot me! but I think the lady needs to be more upright - she looks like she is leaning back too far. Also the shadows as mentioned above could be fixed by moving her away from the wall or do it in PP. The dress at the back looks cloned so I would remove that and reshape it to the line of the dress that looks ok. The colour on her dress (below her arm) looks the same as her arm, this is a result of cloning. I did an edit but I notice you don't want edits to your images and I respect that choice. However, if you want to see, then let me know and I will post it up.
     
  9. Pitter

    Pitter Always on

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    Isaac thanks very much for your critiqued thank you for respecting my preference of not manipulating my images. There were some tiles on the wall that came up to a few inches below the hem of her dress that I did clone out but I did no cloning on her whatsoever. The cloth on the back of her dress is mis matched with the front which may give the impression it was cloned. I don't know why the color of her dress looks the same as her arm but as I say no cloning on her at all. Regarding her stance it is perfectly natural but I could try tilting her forward in post processing I suppose if it would look better.
     
  10. tenchy

    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    I think her pose looks way more natural with the image rotated clockwise about 6 to 6.5°.
     
  11. Pitter

    Pitter Always on

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    Ok noted. In future when she takes a similar pose I will be sure to "correct" it in post processing.
     
  12. Isac

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    No problem Pitter, all good :)
     

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