Studio portraits - K5 / Sigma 50-150 II f/2.8

Started Oct 11, 2012 | Discussions thread
MightyMike
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Re: Studio portraits - K5 / Sigma 50-150 II f/2.8
In reply to Kaelis, Oct 16, 2012

I'm no expert, but the high but flat contrast in most of the B&W shots is not to my liking, nothing wrong with it i just would prefer a more broad light to shadow transition. The colour shots are wonderful! the shoulder in the second last shot bugs me, it looks like its off a skeleton and you just took skin and stretched it over a skeleton, sure she is likely very skinny but maybe we could hide the anorexia a little with a different pose, maybe consider feathering the light so that the shoulder area just fades to black.

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