Models in my home makeshift studio


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chvictor

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Unable to get live models to pose for me, so decided to use these clay figurines which are from my home display cabinet to practise some portrait shots. Simple setup - just window lighting and a white reflector on the left and also a backdrop. Use an extension tube on my len for close-up. Maybe not the best lighting. C&C welcome!





 

chvictor

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4 more to share with you.




 

Deadpoet

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aren't these still life???
 

ezestan

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Good attempt .. but i feel the shadow cast on the face can be improve. just my personal comment... hope you dun mind.
 

chvictor

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Thanks for your comments.

My intend is to simulate live portrait shots.
So, I thought good place to get tips.

Yah! maybe the left reflector can do a better job on those shadows.
 

zac08

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Wrong sub-forum...

should be in Abstracts and Still Life...
 

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Unable to get live models to pose for me, so decided to use these clay figurines which are from my home display cabinet to practise some portrait shots. Simple setup - just window lighting and a white reflector on the left and also a backdrop. Use an extension tube on my len for close-up. Maybe not the best lighting. C&C welcome!





nice shots there Vic, really practice makes things perfect. By the way, what lens and camera did u use for these shots?
 

chvictor

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Thanks Mikee! I used my Olympus E500 and 18-180mm len. But this camera was sold three months ago.
 

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