always posting10 days later seems to be my new trend..
anyways if youve been following my flickr as much as the next person… ive been doing more portraits as of late.. and by more portraits i mean two people Q_Q
ive learned that… getting pictures to look normal is harder than i thought. and whitebalancing is a bitch when you dont know how to do it incamera properly -_-
chiaki and her modelesqeness.
some of that creeper stuff.
which path can i take………
some of steph
ive learned that… getting pictures to look normal is harder than i thought. and whitebalancing is a bitch when you dont know how to do it incamera properly -_- and photoshopping is absolutely unnecessary ~_~ i with all my photos were amazing SOOC but i dunno why i dont like any of them. cant find the consistency on any of these photos. unfortunately i still suck at photography and i get frustrated by my lack of understanding and creativity + how i dont try anything different or experiment anymore..never gunna get better.
#8 – like that guy above using popupflash in daylight… he has the right idea but not really.
like i said in a few posts before, fill light is so necessary to give that dramatic effect and that effective exposure.. but thats not really a tip but just a reminder..
dont get sucked up in the moment and remember symmetry. i swear, you can find the epic moment when you realize this is the picture you want to take. framing is good, exposure is good, focus is good, and then when you go home and look at them.. it makes you want to stab your monitor because of a mistake that makes the picture look retarded.. even cropping wont fix it . anyways in portraits, i feel as if people shouldnt have parts of their bodies cutoff.. especially feet or hands…but at the same time when youre doing a close up or halfbody, you gotta find that ratio you want.
TLDR;; – be mindful of peoples legs and arms when yorue shooting fullbodies.also should fill the frame with halfbodies… that is all