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Old 04-05-2009, 09:03 AM
HelloPiccadilly HelloPiccadilly is offline
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one more critique pls )

I want to get really strong critiques, just because I wanna be pro..
Which step is next? I mean where I should draw my attention more.

here is four latest work:
http://hellopiccadilly.deviantart.com/

p.s. My goal is to make stuff like Zemotion's )))) what should I do for that?))

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Old 04-05-2009, 01:43 PM
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Re: one more critique pls )

Hi,
I'm not a fashion photographer but have shot many lifestyle shoots with models.
I think the images that Zemotion has shot are highly produced with some great models.
I would concentrate on the basics first,camera lens choice,lighting,poses etc etc.
Then look at the post production techniques.
It' not something you can knock out overnight you need to have a plan and take the correct steps to realize the images you want to produce.Along the way you may discover your very own visual style.
Cheers,
Simon
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Old 04-06-2009, 01:38 AM
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Re: one more critique pls )

poses...it's one of the most difficult things for me, when u do work with non-pro-models )
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Old 04-06-2009, 05:31 AM
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Re: one more critique pls )

It can be a challenge but you need to study some poses in books and practice practice practice.
It also can be a bit daunting directing people but confidence again comes also with practice and experience,It's your shoot and YOU are in charge and will be expected to direct everything and show confidence doing it.
To start why not ease yourself and models into a shoot by getting some very relaxed lifestyle type shots with your model interacting with something or another model.A kind of fly on the wall type shots.
Simon
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