Fashion shoots are not new to me. Back in 2008, I'd usually get together with friends and join fashion shoots. I even made an account at Model Mayhem to broaden my horizon... But as a model-wannabe.
However having a passion for photography, fueled more by my not-so-recent acquisition of Candice -- my Canon EOS 550D, redirected me to the other side of a fashion shoot... Behind the lenses.
This blog actually documents my journey as I get to know Candice and her potentials -- through food shots. But to further make my relationship with Candice deeper, I tried shooting subjects other than plates of gastronomical goodness.
Photos are shot using Candice + EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS kit lens
Last Monday, I had a funshoot with a friend and high school classmate, Jen. I know these shots are far from great, not good even. But I tried.
I'm still a little lost as to how I want to execute my shots. I tried going for head shots, full body, and even the awkwardly-cropped ones. I also experimented with both neutral and high-contrast treatment on the photos.
However, as much as I was unsure with these technicalities, I still got to learn what my strengths and weaknesses are. Somehow, I also found out what works and doesn't work for me and my shots.
To photographers out there, please let me know what I can do to improve. Thank you!
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