1st time doing portraits

GeBathan

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Had to help a friend's daughter with some portrait shots, I had no idea what to do so I started asking friends and started looking at the threads here on what and how to do it.
Hopefully I did good and I just want to share what ended up as a first timers shoot :biggrin:
comments are very welcome!
EM5 + P25 & O45







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GeBathan

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haha i have no idea, I just like the outcome of the B&W. Should I go color? I can ask her about these options anyways,and also its free of charge lol
 

MuzMc

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B and W is always great but the colours from the OMD and the PL25 are amazing as well
 

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Really nice set of portraits. The only real thing I think you could improve them by is getting a little more light on her face in a couple shots. A cheap reflector would work well or maybe if you have a little fill in flash turned down low. You might even just be able to fix it in whatever photo editing program you are by adjusting the shadows. Anyways that is just me being nit picky, the photos looks great.
 

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