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    Default model from china

    finally get to arrange an appointment with this model..
    shot taken with 18-125mm
    trying to establish a fashion portrait here
    Please comment

    thanks


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    What make you say this is a "fashion portrait" ?

    Is it becos its "different" from images of people you take? Or is it becos you wanted to shoot her in the light of "fashion" ?

    My comments; I see no "fashion" here. Maybe lots of bros here may choose to disagree, but I see no glamor in this image, neither are there fashionable clothes, makeup, hairdo, accessories, or even stylistic/creative merit (from the point of the image) that tells me that.

    Just a image of a lady with straight hair... Something we see lots in Singapore.

    If its becos its in B&W, then it's passe.

    Change the words "fashion portrait" , or try harder...

    Keep shooting.
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    Default Re: model from china

    Quote Originally Posted by Caspere View Post
    What make you say this is a "fashion portrait" ?

    Is it becos its "different" from images of people you take? Or is it becos you wanted to shoot her in the light of "fashion" ?

    My comments; I see no "fashion" here. Maybe lots of bros here may choose to disagree, but I see no glamor in this image, neither are there fashionable clothes, makeup, hairdo, accessories, or even stylistic/creative merit (from the point of the image) that tells me that.

    Just a image of a lady with straight hair... Something we see lots in Singapore.

    If its becos its in B&W, then it's passe.

    Change the words "fashion portrait" , or try harder...

    Keep shooting.
    thanks for the rules

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    Default Re: model from china

    Well my two cents: the light behind is too strong, it washes out the contrast. Agree with Caspere: don't really see fashion here.

    However i think improve the contrast and prolly the model's expression (nothing very interesting, maybe bring more emotion will be better?) and the picture might just work better.
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