Dallas, Texas, US
I'm new to the industry and trying to figure out how to get the best shots. I would love to have feedback about how to pose/ make better expressions to get the best shots. I am just started to branch out on different styles and would love some tips and advice!
Feb 25 13 07:59 pm Link
Minneapolis, Minnesota, US
Kind of look like self shot images
This is a strong image
Next time move hair behind models left shoulder; this will open up your neck
Also roll back your left shoulder; this will open up the view to your neck and face
Photos that are taken with the camera looking down on you have the tendency to make you look small
Would really love to see your feet
Due to pose and outfit this is making your midsection look large
If you show me your knees I expect to see your feet
I would look for some other photographers to add to your portfolio
You have a great smile
Wish you well
Feb 25 13 08:33 pm Link
Denton, Texas, US
Howdy neighbor, before any of the blood thirsty critique crowd get a hold of ya, my advice is to just shoot shoot shoot! You'll have to do trade with lots of photogs or pay some but just get out there and keep getting new images and you'll build something worth being proud of, and probably learn a lot about your strengths and weaknesses too! Have fun!
Feb 26 13 04:23 am Link
San Diego, California, US
Kristen Berlin wrote:
Practice in the mirror... Use your angles as much as possible... try to visualize what exactly you are showing to the camera (making sure you are not jutting an appendage inappropriately at the camera or cutting it off for example... Don't be too rigid... Try to embody something, some form of honesty, emotion, depth... If you look at the camera attempt to look past the camera, there should be light in your eyes and something shining through you...
Feb 26 13 06:13 pm Link
San Antonio, Texas, US
Feb 26 13 07:48 pm Link
Los Angeles, California, US
Kelly Anne-Marie wrote:
And this one.
Feb 27 13 04:01 am Link