lrc at red4est.com
Tue Oct 27 21:35:53 EDT 2009
On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 02:24:15AM +0100, eckinator wrote:
> IMHO they're all well lit, framed and exposed and Garry has a bright
> smile but that smile is all over the pics - nice for a resumé etc. but
> I have the idea that if you got him into a conversation and telling
> you some stories while you snap away, you could catch some impressive
Actually, that's a lot of what I was trying, getting him to talk about
stuff. Like dates that went well :)
> 2009/10/26 Larry Colen <lrc at red4est.com>:
> > I'm afraid that my model is nowhere near as attractive as the recently
> > posted Tina or Casey.
> > I did a photoshoot today in my backyard studio. Garry saw my post on a
> > website that I was looking for people to practice portraiture on.
> > It was my first real shoot using my backyard studio. I.e. with the
> > clear plastic canopy over my dancefloor.
> > The first three shots are ambient light, just using the clear plastic
> > as a diffuser, the last two are with strobes.
> > We were having problem with glare, so I sent Zab out to get some
> > makeup while we reviewed some of the pictures. Looking at the final
> > shots, I have a lot to learn about makeup.
> > We started out the set using Home Depot Canvas tarps as backdrops,
> > then I turned 90 degrees to use the redwoods as a background. They
> > worked a lot better.
> > http://www.flickriver.com/photos/ellarsee/sets/72157622663186590/
> > Feedback is appreciated.
> > --
> > The first step is learning to take great photos,
> > the second step is learning to throw away ones that are merely good.
> > Larry Colen lrc at red4est.com http://www.red4est.com/lrc
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the second step is learning to throw away ones that are merely good.
Larry Colen lrc at red4est.com http://www.red4est.com/lrc
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