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In the Pink
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Album name:AlanJohnPhoto / People in my camera
Camera:Canon 5D MkIII
Lens:Sigma 35mm f1.4 Art
Editing Performed:none
File Size:555 KB
Date added:Oct 13, 2014
Dimensions:900 x 1350 pixels
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IPTC Copyright:Alan Moss-Springfield Photography
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Mazda_Man  [Oct 14, 2014 at 09:24 AM]
As Steve mentioned in his previous post the 35mm (50 approx in old money) may be a little too wide as the feet and in particular, the shoes are catching the attention too much and taking it away from the lady's face. Once again the props and pose do look make her appear a little uncomfortable. Possible the gharish red is overdone a little too, perhaps keeping the background more neutral would compensate for this and provide a better balance. I am attempting to help here as the whole thing seems to be somewhat wrong, but in doing so, please remember this is not my field.
AlanJohnPhoto  [Oct 14, 2014 at 05:25 PM]
A 35mm lens is a 35mm lens. The focal length and hence the distortion, doesn't change if you put it on an APS-C camera, merely the field of view. In fact the camera used is full frame and the distortion is deliberate as the images are what the model wanted. Most of my photography is done to please the models so they style the shots and I light and shoot them.
Mazda_Man  [Oct 15, 2014 at 02:19 PM]
I was attempting to be helpful, particularly as nobody else had volunteered an opinion.
SteveT  [Oct 16, 2014 at 12:51 PM]
Sorry Alan but I find the image unattractive maybe its all the pink.
Photojunkie  [Oct 31, 2014 at 10:58 PM]
Think it's a dead fun pic Alan - Your tinted background ties up all the garish colours nicely, but the props seem a bit out of place with the holiday mood.. A more laid back table and chair may have completed the whole - Maybe something wicker (without a table and she couldl have just held the glass?) or say a bar stool? Her body language again seems like her arm is creating a barrier.. I think the bright pink at either end is ok but that the feet seem oddly placed and those shoes make them look awkward.. The only things I don't like are her masculine glasses, I would have changed them as they look extremely odd - and got her to bring a pair of heart shaped shades perhaps! - Plus, her hands to me are very noticable and seem bare against everything else? Maybe something like a smaller matching bracelet would have softened it a bit more.. Fab stuff x