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Just finished up a headshot session with Andy. Please let me know what you think ans well as improvements that you would make.
I am starting the headshot business and I am taking some shots of my family and friends.
No model available, so decided it was time to do my own headshot. It was a bit harder than I thought it would be!
This is my first headshot client. I would love any and all constructive criticism. Do you feel that these are quality images that he should be proud of using for his professional business? While photographing I told him to imagine that ESPN had asked to do a phone interview with him, to cover a local sports story that he had broken. I want...
Would love some CC on this... quick shoot with a friend of mine over the weekend. This wasnt a planned shot just a quick capture.
This is a headshot that I took on my first time in a studio setting, working with strobes. A little on the high key side.
Taylor, my soon to be stepdaughter, wanted to get a shot of the 'family' for Christmas, so we headed out to a local dog park which was close by. I was taking test shots before the real thing and took this shot.
I hadn't done anything to it, but was playing around with Lumnar 18 to see what I could do with it when it came to portraits....
Recently I started exploring headshot photography, and despite having done quite few photo-shoots with corporate clients it was the first time I photographed and actor's headshot.
On the link you can see more images from the session:
Model: Altynay @KS_Models
Photographer: Gary McGillivray-Birnie
Camera: Hasselblad H6d50c Lens: HC 100mm
Canon 100mm macro
2x Godox TT685
120 Octa Godox
60x60 Godox softbox
I'm new to strobe portraits, so definitely still learning and open to constructive feedback.
I'm torn about this image.
It's blown on the cheek, the shadow across the top of the image and limited skills addressing flyaways are the big cons to my eye.
On the positive side, a tack sharp image and good lighting give it depth...