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    Studio portrait

    My first studio shoot at the new Canon Experience Centre on Wednesday. Your feedback are much appreciated!

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    Re: Studio portrait

    Main at 11 o'clock?
    Reflector, lower model right?
    The model and prep work is the sort of thing I seriously like
    Well exposed!!
    Traditionalists will not like it because you are looking up her nose.
    Nit pic:
    Cannot see her right ear, so looks a bit unbalanced? Maybe if she was looking up into the light, it may balance out better?
    Your thoughts?
    Pro work and finish!!!
    Have fun;

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    Re: Studio portrait

    Agree with the above re- where the model is looking. Think it might work better if it wasn't directly at the camera.

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    Re: Studio portrait

    too much dead space to the left for my liking, (doesn't make me right, just my preference)

    Agree with above comments, I would have loved to see this also in portrait orientation, with the shoulders. to me, it just feels like a head with no body

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