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08/12/2005 12:09:57 AM · #1
Started working on a study of contrast. Please take a look and let me know what you think. Most were taken and converted to greyscale(mono didn't work very well).
Contrast Study

Message edited by author 2005-08-12 00:13:49.
08/12/2005 12:12:33 AM · #2
Fixed link
08/12/2005 12:14:09 AM · #3
Originally posted by NathanW:

Fixed link

08/12/2005 12:17:22 AM · #4
No problem. I'd comment on the photo's but I don't even know how to fix/change/edit my own pictures let alone somone elses. <shrug>

Sorry, I'm no real help.
08/12/2005 03:03:15 AM · #5
Somehow these made me think of the end credits of Dodge Ball.
08/12/2005 03:04:46 AM · #6
Originally posted by nsbca7:

Somehow these made me think of the end credits of Dodge Ball.

Hahaha!! Something i finally "get"
08/12/2005 03:10:48 AM · #7
I think its the lighting that needs working on, it seems flat and too frontal for the subject .
08/12/2005 07:28:18 AM · #8
warn the morning crowd.. this is not what i was expecting with my morning coffee..

08/12/2005 09:46:27 AM · #9
I think Shutterpug & Mandy had some good suggestions on the shots. I agree that the poses were not particularly flattering, nor was the lighting. I would suggest thinking more like "Renoir" paintings with full figured models, as those types of poses can be exceptionally appealing. Just my 2 cents...

EDIT: You already have warning.

Message edited by author 2005-08-12 09:49:01.
08/12/2005 01:37:25 PM · #10
I have to agree with Shutter/Mandy on there recommendations as well as SJCarter. They have some excellent advice.

khdoss makes a good point that the warning was there, but I think if the pose was different it would have been less shocking :)

Good luck!
08/12/2005 09:26:31 PM · #11
Thanks to all for their input. Next time I'll include an XXL warning. :)

I'll go back and re-shoot with what's been said in mind.

Thanks again.
08/12/2005 10:56:23 PM · #12
Hmm grayscale just seemed... I don't know. There is a B&W thread going in the Out and About forum that has some good suggestions in it for changing a photo to B&W and punching it up a bit.

Here it is.
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