Portrait Pictures Video clip Rating: four / 5
Which lens do you use? Beautiful images
are do you use flash at the foto on minute 1.50 ?
You are so pretty girl.. and you work superb than you… Love you honey ..
I got very distracted. Will need to replay..
You’re so beautiful <3
hiya your videos and great and all, but man you have your boobs out in your
Some interesting tips. But I had a hard time actually paying attention to
them. The girl is a big distraction. See if you fare better than me. :D
imogen, its nice to hear a british accent again. (i’m surrounded by
americans and australians at work). the train station platform photo mark
took was nice. keep up the good work.
hi beautiful, which camera do you use to make your videos
Which lens do you use? Beautiful images, I love them all !
Hi there. We’re constantly working together and trying new things 🙂
that’s great – thanks!
You are lovely and I love your accent! 🙂 Your tips are really helpful for
a starting photographer like myself.
lovely tip! nice presentation great Job
Kate blanchet? O-O
Your beauty is beyond reasonable and you made a good work! 🙂
Is it possible that ‘shadow light’ is a term used in the UK, known
elsewhere as ‘open shade’? Besides, love the images. You sitting on that
kitchen bench is a refreshingly different image.
Ive just watched 3 of your 50mm videos again as im trying to use 50mm more
now you both have been the main influence to this. Ive just upgraded my
nikon 50mm 1.8d lens to the better 1.8 G lens so your tips are very helpful
to learn from .Love all the videos you do there just terrific
I really don’t know what to make of the flickr photos. It’s difficult to
see the photographer’s vision. Some photographer’s, you just look at their
photos and it just makes sense, some don’t and you will have to look a bit
harder to understand just what they were trying to portrait. I don’t see
the essence in the photos. The models are beautiful, no question about
i think i’m in love
In the forst image though, you dont need a tripod other than a flash gun
set around 1/16th of a second n 1/150 to 250th.
Love your vids Imogen, keep up the great work!
Oh, I definitely enjoy watching. 🙂
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