JazzXP wrote:(can't get 3/4 anywhere in Australia that I've found yet, would be perfect)
W G wrote:JazzXP wrote:(can't get 3/4 anywhere in Australia that I've found yet, would be perfect)
Dragon Image have rolls of background fabric. I have been investigating the black (which is totally non-reflective) but I am sure they have white as well. They will cut it to whatever size you want.
Maybe look into a piece of PVC plumbing pipe as a core to roll it onto and keep the creases out.
On another point, you need to refine the posing. Turn the feet out or make them symmetrical or a feature if you are going to have the toes point towards the lens. In kneeling shots it is handy to bring the feet closer together so that part of the calf/shin can be seen rather than extraneous bits of clod-hopper appearing from the thighs.
To my way of thinking you either need more contrast in the lighting or less. The subtlety of a totally shadowless body lighting with just the neon hair being a bold point of reference could look good.
But then it is always your picture of course.
Busiboy wrote:The PVC is a good idea as well if you have room
Busiboy wrote:I like the bubbles, very cool shot, for mine the black and white doesn't fit, you have a shoot based on colour(pink?) and then you converted it to b&w where the impact is lost.
But I loooooove the bubbles
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