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BNTM Cycle 1 - Judging: 3RD THEME (Jumping)
Welcome back ladies! In this theme, you had to make your doll appear to be jumping without revealing how you made her jump. Let me start off by saying this is one of the worst turnout of photos overall for any top model that I have ever seen. A lot of you missed the mark and failed completely in this challenge. This is really disappointing. *NOTE: I don’t mean to sound harsh but I really do want to help you improve on your photos by saying what needs to be fixed* LAUREN: I love your take on this! Dance is very creative! The lighting is beautiful and her body looks very graceful. She actually looks like she is jumping! The only thing I’m going to say that needs a bit of work is editing around the joints (smoothing her skin) a little bit more so that her skin looks smooth. Also, her feet look a small compared to her body because Bratz dolls are know for their big feet. NONA: She doesn’t look like she is jumping and her pose looks awkward for someone who is supposed to appear to be jumping. She looks like she is just floating off the side of a step. SASHA: This is absolutely beautiful! She looks gorgeous! The clothes look great as well! I love how you made the heels into wedges and I love Sasha’s hair! Her makeup does look uneven so just be cautious when editing. BAILEA: Her hair is a complete mess. It doesn’t look high fashion nor does it look cute. The pose is very awkward and she looks more like she is walking on air instead of jumping. RENA: Rena doesn’t look like she’s jumping. You should have angled the camera better to show an object underneath her because she just looks like she is floating. HALEY: Haley looks cute and her pose is actually strong considering it isn’t a pose able body. That being said, she looks like she is floating. Like I said to Rena, you should have shown an object underneath her so that she would appear to have jumped off of something. SABRINA: She looks like she was hanged! In all honesty, this shot is very pathetic. You could have done so much with this theme but instead, you took a close up and gave her a very weak pose. Did you even read the requirements? “REQUIREMENTS: ~Model must appear to be in mid-air. ~Both feet must be off the ground. ~If you use a string, it must not be visible. She is jumping, not bungee jumping.” Your model doesn’t appear to be in mid-air. Her feet aren’t even in the shot so I can’t tell if she’s off the ground. I believe you when you say she is, but the challenge was to make her look as if she is jumping, and she does not. The string is clearly visible when it shouldn’t be. This is completely off. ASHLEY: Her back leg looks like it vanishes. I think the pose could have been better. She looks more like she’s trying to push something. I’d like to see more of a connection with her face to the camera. Also, practice your editing because in this photo, the tool you used to blend the edges into the background were way too strong. It looks fake. And again, use a body with the same skin tone as her face. IRENE: You look absolutely gorgeous! The dress is amazing and the hair blowing in the wind looks great! Her pose is also fantastic! However, I wish you took it from a lower angle to make her look like she is jumping more. HAZEL: You did not complete the photo due to personal reasons that we discussed. FIANNA: You did not complete the photo. This is very disappointing and it makes me regret giving you a second chance. You took my second chance and threw it away. That’s just very disappointing. If you were not going to make a photo, then you should have let me know earlier because Winter was eliminated in your place even though she did a photo. Other contestants want this more than you, even the ones that were eliminated. CALLOUT: Since most of the photos were not as good as they should have been, this callout is going to be a little bit different. When I call your name, step forward. Sasha, Lauren, and Irene. You three are the only ones who did a great job in this theme and its challenge. Therefore, I am going to do a callout between you three and then a callout with the remaining girls. 1. Lauren. You truly look like you are a professional dancer. You embodied the challenge very well and made it your own. You made it difficult to discover how you appeared to jump, which is very good. You are also very talented with lighting which gives great dimensions to your photos. You made a dramatic photo! Congratulations! 2. Sasha. This is very high fashion and the styling looks great! Her pose is fantastic and she is selling the clothes that she is wearing. My advice to improve this photo would be to go over the edges of her hair lightly with a white color so that her hair wouldn’t stand out as much. Also, play around with shading so that her wedges look more real. Great job! 3. Irene. You look stunning! However, the background is a little bit overwhelming with the angle you chose. But great job! Now for the rest of you. 4. Haley. 5. Ashley. 6. Nona.
Domonique James @ PIX 2007 (Singapore)
Dominique James will conduct 4 talks at the Photo Imaging X-Change 2007 in Singapore. This will be held at the Suntec International Convention & Exhibition Centre in conjunction with the Imaging Expo Singapore. The tracks are as follows: 01 November 2007 (Thursday) 1.30 PM - 5.30 PM Pre-Conference & Workshop Secrets of Professional Photographers on Glamour Portraiture This informative and practical workshop will cover the finer elements of glamour portraiture encompassing the tried-and-tested techniques and styles that professional photographer Dominique James applies all the time in both studio and location portraiture shooting sessions. Throughout the workshop, and with the aim of making sure subjects look glamorous in their photographs, Dominique James will openly share countless valuable tips and hints, as well as nuggets of applicable wisdom that are all easy, quick and painless to apply. The course will break down the various elements that contribute to making a successful and modern glamour portraiture within a studio setup, and environmental portraiture on location. Dominique James, distilling his work experience of more than 15 years, will touch on all the vital aspects of creating visually stunning glamour portraits. This includes: hair-and-makeup, styling, background and backdrops, lighting, posing techniques, motivating the subjects, among others. Throughout the workshop, Dominique James will conduct actual demonstrations that all the participants can follow and do on their own that applies the many useful and workable techniques and styles, as well as the tips and hints, learned during the session. What will be covered Basic photographic principles of photographing people Elements of beauty in photographs Mathematical formula/rule in capturing and creating photographic beauty Pre-production and conceptual styling for glamour portraiture sessions Dealing with subjects during the glamour portraiture sessions Studio lighting techniques for glamour portraiture sessions Available lighting techniques for glamour portraiture sessions on location Composing the formal and informal glamour portraiture images Glamour portraiture secrets of the professional photographers Business and legal aspects of glamour portraiture Who should attend This workshop is designed for photographers who take pictures of people and want to sharpen and dramatically improve their glamour portraiture styles. Prerequisites Participants should have solid working knowledge of basic photography or have equivalent experience.</span. 02 November 2007 (Friday) 2.00 PM - 3.30 PM Post-Production Track Using Apple’s Aperture (v.1.5.3) Apple’s Aperture is the world’s first and most sophisticated post-production software for professional photographers. This introductory seminar, to be conducted by an Apple Certified Professional and Apple Certified Trainer (in Aperture), Dominique James, gives you insight into why Aperture is the top choice of a lot of working photographers from diverse genre of image-making styles including fashion, sports, wedding, commercial, fine art, and travel/adventure photography. Learn what Aperture can do for you as Dominique James takes you step-by-step into the post-production workflow. Understand the concepts of image management, powerful photo editing, image retouching, proofing and publishing, and archiving. Also, discover the seamless integration between Aperture and Photoshop for your editing requirements. This short introductory course and demo is designed for those who wish to learn the fundamentals and functionality of Apple’s Aperture. What will be covered Step-by-step guide to the Aperture workflow Organizing, selecting and rating images Essential enhancements and digital editing RAW image files Creating print, web, book and digital outputs Photo shoot project image file management Archiving and back-up of images from photo shoots Who should attend This seminar is for professional photographers, serious amateurs and hobbyists, as well as photo editors, art directors, graphic and layout artists who constantly deal with large numbers of high resolution image files. 03 November 2007 (Saturday) 4.00 PM - 5.00 PM Novice Photographers Track Basic Posing & Modeling Techniques in the Studio & Outdoors Whether you shoot in the studio or on location, professional photographer Dominique James can help you develop and hone your skills in properly and correctly interacting and directing the subjects of your photo sessions. This workshop aims to teach you a set of fool-proof basic posing and modeling techniques that you can apply right away. In this actual demo session, you will learn from Dominique James how to develop your confidence in dealing with the subjects, build immediate rapport, and make them feel comfortable all throughout your pictorial. Learn the many methods of directing the people in your shoot, in solo portraits or in group shots. You will gain confidence as you