Taking photos of Ebony was easy because she was laughing and smiling the whole time, which is the type of photos I like taking because her laugh wasn’t forced she was just laughing and having a good time. I thought that she wouldn’t have liked having her photos taken but she actually really enjoyed it which allowed me to take some good photos of her.
This is some of the photos I had gotten from the shoot and the photo I had used for my final image was 0062. I wanted this photo to be my final image because she isn’t looking at the camera and she has a cheesy grin on her face. I also like how her baby hair is everywhere and she looks really child like. The other photos are good photos to me because I like how she is grinning in each of them and not one of them are a forced smile.
This is my final image because of how she is looking away from the camera and looks natural. I like how Ebony isn’t wearing any make-up because that shows that she hasn’t got to the stage where she isn’t happy with her self. It also links to my point of not wearing make-up at such a young age.
To edit this photo I adjust the temperature of the photo because it had a yellow tone to it because of the lighting. By adjusting the temperature it helps bring out the colours on her face and her dimples. I also adjusting the brightness of the photos because I wanted to see the highlights on her nose and cheeks. On the RAW plug-in I adjusted the clarity of the photos to draw out her facial features better and the wispy parts of the hair.
Also I like how her eyes are distracted and are not looking right at the camera, with her looking away it gives a more natural feel and allows her to be more relaxed.