Saturday, April 23, 2016

Portraits In Daylight


Had a great afternoon the other day taking portrait pics of Kata in natural daylight at Varosliget. She's such a beautiful and lovely person! 

Shot all the pics with a 50mm fixed lence to get the background as blurred as possible. The sun was shining from the back so used a golden reflector to lite Kata's face. 

Afterwards I didn't photoshop the pics, just lower the colours in some cases and made a couple of black & white ones in PicMonkey.








 I shot a lot so it wasn't an easy task to pick up just a couple of pics here :)


20 comments:

  1. The editing work is awesome. She is a true beauty. The background blurry effect gibes photos and portraits a different approach. Loved your pics, keep on going.

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    1. Thanks a lot :) really appriciate your comments!

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  2. Very pretty model and I really like your pictures. I am more of a color photo person, but all of these are very good.

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  3. Lovely photos and lovelier light! I'm in the middle of a photography course and portraits aren't my strongest!

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    1. I'm struggling with the portraits as well! Not an easy task!

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  4. I love taking portrait photos there is something special in everyone. You are an amazing photographer, I would love to read tips for great portraits as this ones.

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    1. Oh, thanks, David :D I'm just a beginner with portraits :)

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  5. Beautiful pictures. I like the last colored photo. The light on that picture really touches your skin perfectly.

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    1. Thank you, Allan :) The late afternoon light was so beautiful.

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  6. Your photos are brilliant and I love that you haven't gone mad using filters and Photoshop. Too many decent pictures are ruined this way.

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    1. Thank you, Tori:) I agree - the natural the better!

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  7. These are awesome clicks. While we go mad working on photoshop you have made it so simple. There is so much more to learn and the points you mentioned have been noted. Thanks!

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    1. Thank you, Rashmi:) Sometimes you get lost in photoshopping (actually I'm not so good in it, so perhaps I just want to skip it) :D

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  8. Lovely! Looks like you ladies had fun! I love the blue scarf pics! :D

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    1. Thank you, Terra :) Her eyes were the same colour as the blue scarf.

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  9. Awesome and nice shots! I wish I'll have a shoot like this :)

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  10. great photos! lighting is so important... I really love the portraits and how you made them even more beautiful!

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    1. Oh, thank you so much, Eloise, for your kind words :)

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