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I want help on the posing, better lighting and maybe editing
Exif Data
  • CANON EOS 5D MARK III
  • EF24-70MM F/2.8L II USM
  • f/2.8
  • 24mm
  • 1/125 seconds
  • 500

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Matthew Saville

    Thanks for sharing this image, Michael,

    Firstly, the editing is fantastic on this shot, the only thing I might doubje-check is to see if hte main vertical line right in the middle is actually vertical; it may be leaning left.

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  2. A
    Matthew Saville

    Also, of course I would try to keep this kid’s face in the frame.

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  3. B
    Matthew Saville

    This pose is great, the only way to improve it just a little bit would be if she relaxed her hand with the flowers a little bit, maybe pointe the flowers down instead of up. And he could have put one hand on the railing, like the guy on the other side is doing, but pointing his hand away from their bodies, instead of towards hers.

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  4. C
    Matthew Saville

    This pose is great, I like the variety, (hand position, compared to the other couples) and the only thing I notice is that I don’t think he is looking directly at the camera.

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  5. D
    Matthew Saville

    This pose is also awesome and fun, however again I think he might be looking away from the camera as well. It almost works though, if the overall vibe of the shot is to be goofing around. Just make sure that you always get at least one “normal” photo in which everyone is actually looking right at the camera, as well as the fun “goofing around” shots…

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  6. E
    Matthew Saville

    Their pose is great, although I wish that the guy had stepped out from behind her just a little bit more, it would help them both look better overall, and show a bit more of his face too.

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  7. F
    Matthew Saville

    Considering that a lot of others in the photo aren’t looking at the camera, these kids are OK just the way they are, however again it is still important to get at least one photo of them all looking right at the camera, for the couple’s complete final product

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  8. G
    Matthew Saville

    I like their overall pose,  although if you’re having any trouble with reflections on glasses, try having the subject aim their face down, (lower their chin) and/or turn their head very slightly to the left or right.

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  9. H
    Matthew Saville

    Also, although it looks like his hand is empty, he should be holding her hand with his open hand. Anyways, I hope this critique helps! Read the last post first, haha, they’re posted in reverse-chronological order. ;-)

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