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Matthew Saville Aside from a bit of a furrowed brow, haha, I'm loving this shot! I think a slightly softer and slightly brighter overall vibe might help with the facial... (show more)

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David Gould was purely a candid i litterally ran over to capture this anc she carried on running forward and to the right saddly :( would of looked great as a pair in an... (show more)

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Creative Agency We’re an explainer video production agency specializing in... (show more)

Donald Guy How could I have made this portrait better? How is this portrait overall?

Steve Martin I missed the studio lighting critique so I am submitting it here. Studio... (show more)

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Matthew Saville Very clean and nicely done! How many lights was this? Did you try also short lighting her instead of broad lighting her? Love the catchlight in her near eye,... (show more)

Giorgio Zamboni Do you think there is too much space between the couple?

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Matthew Saville In a straight-on scene like this, don't forget to also crouch down for at least one shot, right at ground level, so that you can include their feet.

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Nigel Harvey Hi, just looking for an open objective opinion on how people see my... (show more)

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Matthew Saville I feel like the snow behind their head is about as bright as I'd have liked to see their skin. Of course brightening the whole image would cause the snow to... (show more)

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Brian Coughlin General consensus, is composition okay, lighting, skin coloring. Any... (show more)

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Matthew Saville Nice clean shot, love the brightness, the pose, the processing is all great. Very cute moment overall!

Giorgio Zamboni Started from a simple idea to focus the image on the shadows of the... (show more)

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Matthew Saville With this image the way it is, I think the light on them is just too hot; it causes the viewer's eye to go to them, but their pose is optimized for the... (show more)

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Giorgio Zamboni What can I improve to this “no look” portrait?

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Amanda Siembida My eyes are instantly drawn to the dark gap between the trees and not your subject.  IMO shooting lower with less tree would keep your interest more on... (show more)