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filmphoto

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Views : 1970  Mar 20, 2015 9:26am





Some classic posing style against a cliff face.






Fashion and desolation. Completely isolated in the middle of nothingness but some strong leading lines.






Close up does not have the same power I reckon, what do you think?






Using divergent stripes together






Soaking up the sun






A very evocative head and shoulders. The red door behind works surprisingly well as a complimentary colour.






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Trev_K

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RE: Jammy Lou Fashion Photoshoot Apr 12, 2015 6:34pm

No replies eh, well here goes.

I like the shot against the sandstone, and the one on the decking as it contrasts well. The red hair is striking too.



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 NoNoizePhotography



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RE: Jammy Lou Fashion Photoshoot Apr 12, 2015 7:41pm


Thats my fave

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JayBee

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RE: Jammy Lou Fashion Photoshoot Apr 16, 2015 1:44pm

Image3 ...I am not sure as to the "subject" here, there are 3 options, if it's a "fashion" pic, The model is too far away / indistinct. If it is the sky, Like Red Baron some form of filtering may have helped. If it is the landscape, it simply doesn't work for me.

It is not a fashion image, but it can be made to work better with some judicious cropping. Think "rule of thirds", use the edges of the road to draw you into the model, with the horizon at the third or even lower... Thus emphasis on the sky.

Image 5 ...I don't like the "tilt" towards the right, better if this is a true horizontal. Is it too dark, saturated ?

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takeapicofme

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RE: Jammy Lou Fashion Photoshoot Sep 18, 2015 7:50pm

As a model, I would go with



But if looking for images as a photographer might have other ideas. Sadly you can never tell what would sell. The proof is putting them out for sale and see what sells. It might be the worst ever pic that sells, or your best... but it is down to they eyes of the viewer at the time. Remember, photography is art, so you can never have a 100% correct image...

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takeapicofme

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RE: Jammy Lou Fashion Photoshoot Sep 18, 2015 7:51pm



This is a good image, but would have liked to see the models feet as well...

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