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Pat Abston Shutterworks
Posts: 19
Eutaw, Alabama, US

I would appreciate some professional opinions, feedback and recommendations for improvement, for a hobbyist looking to have a more professional port. I took some previous feedback about flat lighting to add a few more with a bit different light, although the overall quality was a bit lower on those shots.  Interest is more on the artistic side, while attracting more models as well.
Mar 25 13 11:06 pm  Link  Quote 
Saadiq Photography
Posts: 1,315
New York, New York, US

Keep shooting... and correct your mistakes along the way.  Also, as your understanding of lighting and skill level improves so must the quality of models you select. 

Just my .02
Mar 25 13 11:15 pm  Link  Quote 
jesse paulk
Posts: 3,712
Phoenix, Arizona, US

despite the poor taste of the above statement, you've worked with some excellent models.  a wise choice when starting out, but i think you'd be better off paying for some classes. be it photo or just art courses.
Mar 26 13 12:27 am  Link  Quote 
Saadiq Photography
Posts: 1,315
New York, New York, US

@ Jesse

READING is very fundamental! I'd suggest you start by READING the OP's posting!  Notice the title of this thread... then notice what the OP is actually seeking professional opinions rather than "attaboys".  And my "soft" critique was of my professional opinion.

Thus, IMPO the quality of the OP's selection of models (at this point) is "subjective" at best in which case I'm sure he knows! (its part of the growth he's seeking) It's rather simple... better skills + better models = better work!  lol
Mar 26 13 05:52 pm  Link  Quote 
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