Some Recent Portraits

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Some Recent Portraits

Postby ChrisBergstrom » Fri 9 Jul 2010 22:49

Hello everyone. I haven't posted a lot lately, but I do stop by now and again. I wanted to share some of my recent portrait work with you to see if you think I've improved from my previous work. I think the improvement is like night and day, but I still wanted to share and get your opinions.

Thanks for looking and comments are welcome.

Chris

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Re: Some Recent Portraits

Postby James » Sat 10 Jul 2010 19:26

Awesome Set!!
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Re: Some Recent Portraits

Postby ChrisBergstrom » Sat 10 Jul 2010 19:53

Thank you VERY much James!!!
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Re: Some Recent Portraits

Postby ADeVos » Mon 12 Jul 2010 13:21

Very nice portraiture, some really good ones.
I would photoshop the transpiration spot on the musician shirt in the last image. Hope you don't mind this remarq... :?
Greetings from Belgium
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Re: Some Recent Portraits

Postby Vincent De Vos » Wed 14 Jul 2010 07:50

Passioned by beautiful pictures, not a very active photographer though...
Regards,
Vincent

PS I use google translate a lot to write better English. So, if mistake, I's google, not me. ;)
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Re: Some Recent Portraits

Postby ChrisBergstrom » Wed 14 Jul 2010 11:24

Thank you Vincent and Adevos... :D
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Re: Some Recent Portraits

Postby Leen Koper » Mon 19 Jul 2010 07:54

There are some striking portraits in this bunch.
But just positive critiques won't help you any further; that is why I place some general remarks.
Especially in the first two images your light is too high, That makes the eyes too dark and there is no catchleight in the eyes.
You photograph woman almost full frontal; that makes them broader than they would be if you used a three quarter pose.
Just try to place a little light -or backlit your models- on the background to separate them from the background.

Hope this helps.
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