Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by krystal, Jan 25, 2009.
Here's a shot from today's session. C&C is welcome.
Very cute! As far as high key images go though, you're losing details around the ears and I find it a touch too bright.
chasm, that's why I posted it. I thought I might have made it a little too bright. Maybe I'll tone it down a little and repost tomorrow.
very nice but i tend to agree looks a little to bright lost alot of detail around teh ears
Here's the SOOC version (resized small and logo added because I posted this as a proof for the parents). Maybe I should have left it alone?
I'm really struggling with the PP, but my pictures having been looking pretty good sooc for a few months now so it makes things a little easier at least. I'm hoping one of these days soon everything I've been reading and practicing is going to click.
Much better SOOC imo.
all i see is watermark.
Mosher, I know the WM is pretty in your face, so here's one without the watermark just for you.
lol..you could also try loweing the opacity on the WM.. it's sorta in a spot where even the noobest noob could make it go away so it's not reallllllllly accomplishing much....but that's another post altogether i guess lol.
I know it's not accomplishing much, in fact, in order to post the non-watermarked version I painted over the WM with white in photoshop lol. Almost any idiot could do that!
I need some WM schooling, maybe I'll make another post.
Another one, sooc again.
i think i like the SOOC MUCH BETTER!!
what do you use for setup? backdrop? lights? natural light?
I set up in the client's kitchen. The background is seamless paper. You can't see it in the shots that I've posted, but I'm using their kitchen table with fabric on top of it for the baby to sit/stand on. (I'll find a picture that shows the table and post it.) I'm using two lights with softboxes on the camera side and natural light from a big patio door is falling on the left (his right) side of the frame.
Here's one from when he fell asleep after nursing that shows the table.