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Old 09-06-2007   #11
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I am interested in critique on my lighting techniques on the above pictures.
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Old 09-06-2007   #12
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Yep but what "fashion" lighting as there are so many variations...
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Old 09-06-2007   #13
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Ok
I see what you mean, how do you feel about my lighting in general?
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Old 09-06-2007   #14
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Your lighting looks good. The shading that is evident appears soft and focuses attention on the model where it would be most important to see it. Her face. There is good color seperation between her and the backgrounds. If you are going for more of a fashion type of lighting, then you would probably have more light covering the entire area of the picture such as what you would see in JC Penny, Venus Swimwear, or Victoria Secret catalogs. The emphasis would be a little more on the clothing rather than the models. Yours tends to look more along the lines of glamour lighting and puts the emphasis more on the model.

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Old 09-06-2007   #15
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Thanks Art, I guess I was thinking they were kind of the same lighting style, but you are right.
I was looking for more for a glamour look.
Maybe I should have posted over there?
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Jimmy #2 or #4 would have made me go AWOL! The only boudoir shoot I have ever done was for a friend who's husband was deployed. I did not have any studio lights at that time or the knowledge to do her justice but he loved what she sent him and thanked me when he got home. He will flip over these.
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Thanks Art, I guess I was thinking they were kind of the same lighting style, but you are right.
I was looking for more for a glamour look.
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This may be the Fashion and Models section and that sort of appears to be what you have posted here although I think you could have gone either way with what catagory you put them in. Glamour would have worked ok too. Post more when you get them, I like your results.
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Old 09-06-2007   #18
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Thanks Harry and Art.
Here are a few of the head shots she liked.
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Old 09-07-2007   #19
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Number 1 is SPOT on, but I would have tilted the head a bit more to the right to make a nice curve.

Love the first headshot you added.

You did very well.
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Thanks Harry and Art.
Here are a few of the head shots she liked.
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Those will make her husband fall in love all over again.

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