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Remilia Scarlet (Forbidden Garden)

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Greetings, this is my first post here in this forum. 

Had a chance shooting a conceptual portrait last Dec, played with long shutter speed to create a different feel of images. 

 

MD: Tsuyu-Sei

 

Taken with Sony A6000 and Sigma 30mm, SEL85F18, Tokina 11-16

 

39125039364_18b8cfca6e_c.jpgRemilia Scarlet (Forbidden Garden) by RICO Lee, on Flickr

 

39802403442_3d4504d8c0_c.jpgRemilia Scarlet (Forbidden Garden) by RICO Lee, on Flickr

 

39833815681_7850f8b564_c.jpgRemilia Scarlet (Forbidden Garden) by RICO Lee, on Flickr

 

Full gallery (38p): https://www.flickr.com/photos/bdrc1989/sets/72157692514122055

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Hi, I think these pictures lack clarity and sharpness. Is you lens dirty?

It could be, I couldnt recall if there's droplets on it, the place is muddy. Or due to slow shutter speed movement. 

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Nice photos and I would really encourage cropping them closer. Quite a lot closer. Why? Because then you get both the great model and the ambience of the scene. There's nothing wrong in doing wide shots of people but in this case the model is clearly stronger than the landscape parts of the shots.

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Nice photos and I would really encourage cropping them closer. Quite a lot closer. Why? Because then you get both the great model and the ambience of the scene. There's nothing wrong in doing wide shots of people but in this case the model is clearly stronger than the landscape parts of the shots.

Thank you for your insights, sounds interesting to consider. 

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I like the first and second the best. I think she's a bit lost against the tree in the third. I am familiar with Conceptual Art from the '70s but I don't see how the term "conceptual" applies to these images.

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