Portraits with a Friend Part 3/4

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Next three carry on the library theme but this time we will have more close up ones! With these we had some fun in the law library. I can’t stop loving that place. Just perfect. I love libraries in general. That one is super traditional looking and comfy – and nothing less than a perfect place for photography, right? 🙂

After these ones I have one more set of portrait photos left. There will be 5 photos and 10+1 basic secrets how I make my portraits good that will be published on March 6th. The post will focus on shooting the photos, but if you’re interested I can make another one(s) of Photoshop basics. 🙂 I hope you guys enjoy my photos and get some inspiration to your own pictures!

Study4

27mm, f/4, 1/40, ISO2500

Let’s begin with not-too-wild one. This one is just a close up where I asked her to look like she is studying. With this one I’ve Photoshopped more books into the picture. Can you recognize which ones are Photoshopped and which were actually there?

Study2

23mm, f/3,5, 1/30, ISO320

Look chocked! I asked her and she definitely did what I asked for. Her roommate said that she looks like there is Fifty Shades of Grey between that law book. I definitely agree. Haha 😀

Study3

18mm, f/3,5, 1/30, ISO200

I saw a great portrait couple weeks ago. There was a guy with classes and books about sleeping and looking super bored and cool at the same time. I got inspiration to take a photo of her as a bored law student. This is the result. In my opinion this is quite fun! I accidentally get that movement in her pen but it makes this more interesting looking in my opinion. I also love my model’s facial expression. Good job girl! Once again. 🙂

Which one is your favorite? What could I have done better?

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