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Discussion in 'Street, Documentary, and Portrait' started by OdzBodkinz, May 13, 2012.
E-M5 and 45mm 1.8
Practice huh? More like Perfect Pirate Portraits.
Stunning stuff man.
Wow....great shots mate, and like your WWII re-enactment images, you've totally nailed the PP.
Wow! Very impressive.
It was tricky getting the parrot to hold the silver piece.
These are unreal mate. Incredible would be a better word!
The detail, the atmosphere, the tone and processing, and composition is so good. I bet some time was put into these pictures
you may like to share what you use to process your pictures:smile:
Odz, these are just perfect, as are your WWII re-enactment photos. You have a great talent for portraits. May I ask about the lighting on these and your re-enactment photos?
I was impressed by the set & costumes. Excellent.
Both days I was lucky to have overcast skies and diffused sunlight. For the WWII pics that is all I used. For the pirate pics, I used a single umbrella and speed light.
I process in Lightroom 4. I try different duotoni and then adjust clarity slider and fill light appropriately. I do the texturing with layers and blending modes in Photoshop.
Some stunning comps here!
Cheers. The texture looks great in the first picture.
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