Thanks Jeanie for the comments. Will be more aware of all these details in the future.bottom piece of bikini not in correct position.
subtle stretch marks on her hips and thighs.
waist a little too thick from the angle you shot.
i would add a reflector to your left to show more details in her nice long asian hair.
would also prefer 'more bokeh'
Haha Thanks Leejay.Not bad, a good shot. In fact I just saw Huirong and gang at Raffles City last Saturday.
Well, where should I begin? This picture is a monumental mess.
C & Cs are welcome
Well, he's DP, and we've come to realize the benefits of his critiques actually do outweigh the embellished "rub ins" that come along with it :angel:dp,
post with more tact.
the keyword is TACT ok?
dont you ever learn?
you so fond of recruiting trolls and orcs is it?:dunno:
bad comments keep it to yourself.
even if you cant resist the urge, then do it with TACT.
i've learnt it the hard way...ooooo.
rocks and ferns for tropical feel i agree but colors are wrong.i applaud you for trying to do something different to the usual bog standard beach bikini pics that are posted here...
but as others have pointed out and to a large extent i do not disagree with the comments, the photo falls short of being a good one..
the main points for me is the unflattering highlighting of parts of the model's anatomy. the post processing could have also been done with a softer touch.
the lighting from front to back is also a bit too uneven.
as for the overall composition, i actually dont think its too bad.. its nice to have the rocks and ferns and trees to give it a tropical feel.