Portraits from Chinatown


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Dream Merchant

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Nice moments!

But the color looks strange in most shots except the second and third shots.

Composition can be improved as you go along. Try to explore various angles and wider or narrower focal lengths. Don't be afraid to change lenses right in the middle of a shoot. ;)
 

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Nice moments!

But the color looks strange in most shots except the second and third shots.

Composition can be improved as you go along. Try to explore various angles and wider or narrower focal lengths. Don't be afraid to change lenses right in the middle of a shoot. ;)
yeah you're right.. still not very good at WB adjustments. will learn that as i go along.

not afraid to change lenses. just lazy. :D
 

Dream Merchant

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yeah you're right.. still not very good at WB adjustments. will learn that as i go along.

not afraid to change lenses. just lazy. :D

To quote a very catchy, young girl's well-used phrase ...


You DIE! :devil: :bsmilie: :bsmilie:
 

zac08

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Hey DM.. remember the last Uncle...

we saw his BRIGHT frames at the dinner too...

And I believe these are more of candids than portraitures...
 

Rashkae

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This is street and candids.
 

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Because these are candid shots of people you took while walking the streets of chinatown. They're not posed portraits.
It's portraits and poses...not posed portraits...no big deal right for TS to post candid portraits?:nono:
 

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Rashkae

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It's portraits and poses...not posed portraits...no big deal right for TS to post candid portraits?:nono:
That's what "streets and candids" is for.
 

Rashkae

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thats what i thought. portraits dont have to be models who pose for u to shoot...
There's a difference between a portrait shot and a candid. You took candids.
 

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