Freda created these images during our Weekend Extravaganza organised with the RPS Digital Imaging Group.
Firstly these images look over sharpened to me. I can’t tell whether this is (a) over-sharpened by camera, (b) over-sharpened in post processing, (c) a result of compressing the images for email. In general I would look for female faces to smoother, male faces to be sharper as in each case its more flattering to the gender.
Nice pose, well framed, a little dark in the materials I feel a little brighter and more colour would help …
There are two things that really bug me about this image, firstly the curve of the bench is cropped on the right – should crop the left two I think. Secondly it looks like Cat’s only got one foot. There is an image there, crop just below the bum and tight around Cat and really boost the contrast (or the shadows at least).
Nice, one of those lovely figure studies that works well in colour or black and white – though it’s pretty much monochrome anyway. I’d like to just crop …
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I love the way this turns the cliché on its head by having a ‘normous boot instead of the usual dainty high heels. The vignette on the right is a bit suspect – should either be on both sides or not all. Would be nice if the background was a bit more out of focus – go to the widest aperture you can.
Now this works because it’s black and white – hence it is “art” – in colour this would not be the same shot. Although wide angle, that works …