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Photographer

Ace Fillmore

Posts: 30

Los Angeles, California, US

I would really appreciate honest constructive criticism of my of my portfolio from Professional photographers, llamas, hair

Jan 18 13 01:56 pm Link

Photographer

Angelfactory

Posts: 1559

Foley, Minnesota, US

Looks like they would all look fine full size but without clicking any of them they all appeared dark and over processed as small port pics. Maybe try bringing a little more light in and back off the post work a touch to make them more natural. Over all I liked the work.

Jan 18 13 05:47 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6549

Champaign, Illinois, US

Ace Fillmore wrote:
I would really appreciate honest constructive criticism of my of my portfolio from Professional photographers, models, hair & Mua etc.... I m at a roadblock with my photography career. I m primarily a filmmaker and have a clear direction of where i m going with that but photography i m not really sure what path i m on. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated

I like your creativity and diversity. Good colors and sharpness. There are a few pics that don't work for me, but not a big deal. I am sure some of mine don't work for you either. Would like to challenge you to really think outside the box. Stretch your creativity as I think you are on the verge of masterpiece work

Jan 18 13 08:37 pm Link

Photographer

Ace Fillmore

Posts: 30

Los Angeles, California, US

I greatly appreciate the feedback, Ill make sure to work on my post

Jan 18 13 11:29 pm Link

Photographer

Lee_Photography

Posts: 9033

Minneapolis, Minnesota, US

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130117/02/50f7d4d99d329_m.jpg
Cropping would be one of my issues; you have severed two of the models lovely legs, photo left, but have free space on photo right
The low light is casting shadows on the front models from rocks and logs, and then the front models heads are casting shadows on the back row of models
Pose of photo left models right leg in front row not the most flattering
This is a great photo idea overall

Jan 19 13 05:31 am Link

Photographer

Ace Fillmore

Posts: 30

Los Angeles, California, US

Thank you, cropping has always been a problem for me. hopefully soon I can switch to  a full frame camera, I tend to always chop off body parts while shooting, I think it comes from my filmmaking background possibly. The location I shot at was completely shaded and i was able to bounce sunlight from a reflector but still not enough to fill in the shadows. I never use flash or strobes, all natural light.

Jan 19 13 10:36 pm Link