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author Christel Green
   
subjectPortrait
title Benina
date9/24/2000 7:32:00 AM
detailsAnother model session - this morning in a park, and more traditional this time. I would like to learn how to make this type of portrait, so any comments and good advice will be appreciated.
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1 Christel Green   (9/24/2000 7:34:00 AM)
oops forgot - Canon PowerShot Pro70, f4, 1/45, natural light.
2 Allen Rogers   (9/24/2000 10:05:00 AM)
Christel you have the key ingredient here...Beautiful model. My opinion here is I'd crop off most of the top here. The top looks good but as a portrait it's not needed and it doesn't add a thing IMO. The trees seem to be a little out of focus which I think is a plus but wouldn't detract even if they were in focus. You could crop just slighly over her head and a little off both sides and it would be improved. The over-exposure of some of the bright background areas is only minor distraction to me.
3 Andy Laycock   (9/24/2000 11:23:00 AM)
Since this is a conventional portrait I agree with Allen. I would zoom in tight to take advantage of those excellent eyes. A large white reflector would also help and I've used foamboard successfully. It's a nice looking photo.
4 Roger Ranney (Don't block the shot)   (9/24/2000 11:26:00 AM)
Christel, from the critical comments I've received on portraits it seems to boil down to the KISS slogan. "Keep it Simple Stupid". Scrolling down to make this a square frame improved the composition. Got rid of some of the background distraction. Background is always a big problem for me. Also I've been told to add a catchlight in the eyes. I guess that means to use a reflector or fill-flash. A little extra light on the subject seems to make them pop out. Just passing on what I've gotten from others. 7.5
5 Larry Korhnak   (9/24/2000 12:15:00 PM)
The model lighting is very nice.
6 Terry Forrest (Teresa Forrest)   (9/26/2000 10:56:00 PM)
Looks like you've got a good start on this type of photo, Christel!
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