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January 29, 2011 at 2:29 AM #48925AnonymousInactive
Hey guys. So this weekend I had theopportunityto do a quick photoshoot of my girlfriend and her sister. I thought the picturesturnedout pretty good, but that might be my super ego speaking here. 🙂 Do my pictures look professional? What about the editing?
BTW, i made the video in less than 2 1/5 minutes, so i know its not perfect. I usually don’t make my videos that quick 🙂
PS: Watch in High-Def 🙂
Thank yall so much!
January 29, 2011 at 3:19 AM #200584D0nParticipant
What did your client think?
That is what matters most.
Still images are a completely different beast than moving images.
A still image give the viewer time to reflect on every nuance that video does not allow.
I like to say a photo takes a fraction of a second to capture; but the viewer has a lifetime to find the flaws.
So if the client is happy…
then so should you be.
January 29, 2011 at 5:56 AM #200585AnonymousInactive
Oh man, I really like the second picture. I am really into “fantasy” pictures, you know, like out of the ordinary 🙂
They thought they were great, but what i have noticed is thatevery timetime a non-professionalphotographer looks at a picture with some basic edits,theyautomatically think the picture is great. That is why i seeked some professional critique 🙂
January 29, 2011 at 3:46 PM #200586D0nParticipant
Every client is different. You have no idea how many times the client wants/asks for/likes images or ideas I’d trash and vice versa. Ultimately the pro is the guy who gets paid. That means you have to please the person willing to pay. the video slideshows are the future, we try to video every photoshoot and photograph every video shoot.
March 5, 2011 at 3:59 PM #200587AnonymousInactive
the very last one is my favorite one 🙂
May 20, 2011 at 5:54 AM #200588AnonymousInactive
The video looks pretty good. As stated before, “A still image give the viewer time to reflect on every nuance that video does not allow”. I personally would do more edits to enhance the images since they are up for a couple of seconds each so the viewer does have a little time to focus on the images unlike an actually video.
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