Eden wrote:great set Scott!
1 I find a symmetry and calm in the first shot that gives the whole image a very smooth feel.
2 how do you do your metering? to get such consistent skin/water and surrounds throughout the whole shoot or is some of that post processing.
3 I just find light around water so tricky,
4 any tips with the mental process you use with the in camera light /exposure process as you go from one shot to another with the changes of light source and water angle from it?
5 did you use a polariser?
cheers in advance
beeb wrote:Great to see you back Scott, I really like what you've done with this set, getting excellent posing from your model and combining it with some really complimentary (and not distracting) scenery (Overall compositional balance and pose of 4 is pretty much perfect for me!).
The one negative I notice, is the colours are a bit inconsistent shot-to-shot, and the individual shots could possibly use some tweaking with the HSL sliders to remove some lingering colour casts.
#2 is most noticeable, in that it is significantly more yellow/orange in tone than the others.
I had a play with #4, to see if I could remove the magenta cast from the model's skin, and the eternally aqua-shifted Canon "greens":
The adjustments appear severe, but it's just because most of the image is fairly subtle in tone so they have to be pushed a lot to get minor changes in these cases. The general jist is make the purples and magentas closer to red then pull the saturation down a little, and make the aquas into the greens they've taken over from.
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