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Keep Shooting! Photography Assignments (04 Feb 2013)

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A couple of Shots at the Club RSVP in NYC

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5 years 3 weeks ago - 5 years 3 weeks ago #1735 by vinnyvette

VJL_1804 by Vinnyvette , on Flickr





VJL_1811 by Vinnyvette , on Flickr



VJL_1771 by Vinnyvette , on Flickr



VJL_1687 by Vinnyvette , on Flickr



VJL_1807 by Vinnyvette , on Flickr


Nikon D7K Sb-700 70-200mm VR1 2.8
Last Edit: 5 years 3 weeks ago by vinnyvette.

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5 years 3 weeks ago #1744 by Roy van Ommen
Hi there,

Lets critique them one by one ;)

Picture one. Nice, good lighting, nice sharpness. A so called "real" image.

Image two is like.. Yeah. Nice shot.. Very light background which distracts me a bit...

Image 3..
You can feel some fun here. But the first thing i did when i was looking to this image is tilting my head.. which is anoying for me as viewer. Try to level the camera and try not to tilt the camera while photographing.

And.. try to catch some light of the surrounding.. It is blown out now with everything very light. Would loved if there were some club lights.

Image 4
Same story.. blown out with the flash. I would personally found a lower position on "eye height"and framed it a little more close..

Image 5
Good.. Even though it would be more intresting if she was looking into your camera...

Sorry.. did not want to be harsh on you. It is just my opinion..

Greetings and keep on shooting.
Roy
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5 years 3 weeks ago #1773 by Clair
Number one is the best of the bunch in my opinion..

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5 years 2 weeks ago #1809 by Gregory Cazillo
If you can step it up with more than just bounce flash that would help dramatically.

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5 years 2 weeks ago #1813 by Roy van Ommen
I had another idea for you...

Maybe if you make your shutter speed faster, and try to controll more of your flash, the flash will expose the person in front of the camera, and leave the background with the ambient light...

But that needs some practice...

Greetings,
Roy

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5 years 2 weeks ago #1827 by Gregory Cazillo
I think you meant slower shutter which will bring in more ambient.

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5 years 2 weeks ago #1834 by Roy van Ommen

Gregory Cazillo wrote: I think you meant slower shutter which will bring in more ambient.


Sorry! I meant Slower indeed!

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