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yehosaphat

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Please share your constructive critiques or comments on how to improve this portrait shot. No PP done as yet.

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hmm crop is nice, i mean the space there which shows a gap for thinking.

but then again, hard to put into words... the subject dun look like pondering.

its a candid, so i leave it as it is, a nice shot on candid.
 

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hmm crop is nice, i mean the space there which shows a gap for thinking.

but then again, hard to put into words... the subject dun look like pondering.

its a candid, so i leave it as it is, a nice shot on candid.
I was hoping you would be the first to comment ;)

Just curious, whether your subject intentionally poses for you or just a shot which the subject is unaware of ie. candid, does it really affect the value of your shot??

Appreciate more comments from the rest too ;)
 

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I was hoping you would be the first to comment ;)

Just curious, whether your subject intentionally poses for you or just a shot which the subject is unaware of ie. candid, does it really affect the value of your shot??

Appreciate more comments from the rest too ;)
i mean pose & look does not suggest pondering.

for candid, i dun think anyone can control how one pose. value wise, depends on how each person perceive. I can give a ratings, but how u give yours is not subjected to my approval. ;)

and a posed shot vs a candid, most likely is in the eye, and the background.
 

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eye contact and a smile from the subject would improve the candid portrait IMHO. :)
 

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i mean pose & look does not suggest pondering.

for candid, i dun think anyone can control how one pose. value wise, depends on how each person perceive. I can give a ratings, but how u give yours is not subjected to my approval. ;)

and a posed shot vs a candid, most likely is in the eye, and the background.
Ok... titling skill has to be improved. ;p any improvements on photography-wise?
 

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Ok... titling skill has to be improved. ;p any improvements on photography-wise?
if its candid, nothing could be improved, since u got no control over subject. Its there & then.

if its a posed shot, then there is alot to take note, like bg, expression, body language, lighting, hair, etc.
 

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If this is not the candid shot, I cannot get what you wanna to tell from the photo
 

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if its candid, nothing could be improved, since u got no control over subject. Its there & then.

if its a posed shot, then there is alot to take note, like bg, expression, body language, lighting, hair, etc.
ok... so no further comments ya...

Yes this is a candid shot.
 

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