Horrible, bad lighting and Composition. If you look through that thing called the Viewfinder enough. You might get lucky one day and get something half way Decent ...Good luck and may the force be with you... JUST KIDDING lol had to say something other than Wow your photos are so Awesome. I love working with Diffused Light. Nice model and I see you did not post process very much very nice... yes I love my D800E
>>Wow...It's hard to get past them copyright notices. > >Sorry About that.
I wouldn't be sorry about it. That's your property...protect it.
Those photos look great. Helps that your model is attractive too. For some reason I always thought D800 portraits looked oversharpened but we know it's not. It's nice to be in that position to have such a problem.
I wanted to comment about that as well. I think that the second image shows an "overkill" amount of details, especially the skin. I'm not sure if it is the actual skin... looks like too many attempt to sharpen the image... I don't know if I would like this for portraits unless you intend to massage the images with an editor after shooting.
Fri 15-Jun-12 02:26 AM | edited Fri 15-Jun-12 03:25 AM by Hawk Eyes
I got the D800E for that reason. I wanted more resolution detail and sharpness. The right lighting makeup artist and The models Eyes are the most important when it comes to head shot portraiture, lighting is even more Important without makup IMO. I always use post processing when shooting high end portraits for magazine editorial clients and agents. The camera never captures what we really see with our own eyes. When not looking through the view finder. If you are just testing detail straight from the camera, well we both no it is amazing. From sports Fashion and landscape I love my D800E it can do it all. I will post pics soon.
Nice work I like your method good Tutorial.. I use Dpp software clone tool for flyaway hair when I want a fast Retouch. It is faster and has more Precision for some Retouches IMO for me. "BUT" only after it is converted to Jpg or Tiff when using NIkon. NEF is not supported by Dpp. If I need to give Raw files or precision edits to a High end client I stick with Photoshop and Lightroom. 90% of my work is in Lightroom.