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  • Mermaid Portraiture Critique please

    I admit, I'm a newbie, feel free to critique with ways I can improve. Greatly appreciated! http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio...59337#25259337

  • #2
    Re: Mermaid Portraiture Critique please

    Model is fine, make-up is great.

    Now, lose the necklace, lose the harsh light, get some full-lengths and get that girl in the water! It's not far away ;-). Underwater shots in a pool would be cool too.
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    • #3
      Re: Mermaid Portraiture Critique please

      Too on-camera flash. smooth hard shadow on the nose (2nd image) and light paint in some directional light for form and contrast.

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