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First shoot for clothing line!!! Whats ur thoughts?

This is a discussion on First shoot for clothing line!!! Whats ur thoughts? within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; [SIZE=3][COLOR=DarkRed][FONT=Arial] Hey there dudes and dudettes.......just got a gig shooting for a clothing line's webpage and catalog......did my first shoot ...

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    Default First shoot for clothing line!!! Whats ur thoughts?

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    Hey there dudes and dudettes.......just got a gig shooting for a clothing line's webpage and catalog......did my first shoot on Tuesday, with my good ol' Canon AV-1......was a bit trying at times, but I managed......heres afew of my best....thoughts, feedback, tips? I'd luv to hear em!!! thx!

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    These shots IMO are quite decent...except #1

    Here goes - #1 - I dislike this one because looks like she has a 'pained' look in her face. You also can't see the face clearly because it lacks a bit of light. Actually the foreground Model is a good 1/2 stop underexposed for my taste. Her arms are too dark


    #2 - a fun shot, but it's not as sharp as I'd like to see it. Also if the shot is for clothes - it doesn't show off the clothes too much...it's more of a lifestyle thing. Stilll it's interesting.

    #3 - I like this shot a lot. It's cool and the models look cool. My only small suggestion would be to crop the light beige part of the wall at the top of the photo. I find it a bit distracting.

    #4 - Nice fun shot. The shirt is slightly overexposed, but it does not bother me too much.

    Hope that helps!

    All in all though I think these are good and the client will probably be happy.

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    I like photo 4 the best. It looks the most professional and the client will probably be very happy with it.

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    I like all 4 of these shots because they are fun. So was your client happy?

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    Yea they were.......thanks for the feedback everyone!!! Keep it comin!

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