Actually, if you have carefully observing magazine spreads, some shots have the abit of the head to be cropped off, be it whether its a full length shot or face shot. Its ok, to crop off part of the head. But some people, just doesnt like it.Nicole_SV said:Hihi...
anyone can tell me, like this pic, head been cut off abit... y? when i took pic for my friend in this situation... they gave lots of comments that i chop off their head! :angry:
cropping the forehead is generally fine. chins less so.Nicole_SV said:anyone can tell me, like this pic, head been cut off abit... y? when i took pic for my friend in this situation... they gave lots of comments that i chop off their head! :angry:
For #1 & #2, I use a tunsten light from the side.Azmi said:I like the 3 shots and same goes with me on the 2nd one. Nice shot. Mind sharing your flash set ups? Thanks and great shots!!
Hi Lindsay!! Thanks! This Lindsay in these pictures is a fairly new model. Give me a tiny little bit of credit lah! ;p But she's definitely hot! Yeah I mean, all Lindsay's are hot! :bsmilie:Lindsay Tan said:I can guarantee you the model's NOT me.
Very nice shots! I like the tight composure and I agree with your cropping the forehead. I really liked the glamour aspect in #1 and #2.
#3 doesn't really do it for because of the lighting.
Overall, the shots are great and these would easily take the place of honor in any magazine.
It helps when you have a superb professional model, but then again, all Lindsay's are hot!
PS: You have a HUGE portfolio on your website!
Yes I would prefer a bit more hair to balance it up too...that's why it would not be a shot I would select.jfoo said:the uncropped head version looks good but my personal preference would be to add a little more hair (maybe another 5mm or so) and to balance up the bottom, the same margin added.