Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.
Walk towards tripod from afar
quite easy, follow these steps
1: make sure its not overly sunny, cloudy days are best
2: place camera on tripod, i actually use a fence,
3: focus on approx on where you want to be when photo is taken, turn auto focus off eg 15 feet
4: higher shutter speed captures sharper images
5: work out what focal length you want and composition of photo
6: practice a few run throughs to get your timing right, my camera takes 20 seconds before taking pic
7: review pics and adjust exp/focus/composition if you have to
8: pics can easily be adjusted for contrast,color and can even be cropped afterwards
sweet, thanks for the tips. this will make for a good weekend project at a local park.
my d300 has an interval timer built in, so i could set it to take pics every 2s or something and then see how it looks.
Or use a remote while walking.
lols, its called manly.
Sorry for the stupid shadow:
H&M / Nudie / Ferragamo
^^^ Shoes are far too dressy for the fit, black patent leathers are pretty much at the end of the formal spectrum
You have developed traps but at the same time your shoulders aren't very broad. You should wear button-ups with more substance to the collar, something higher and will stay up, it will look a lot better and flatter you more. The shirt you're wearing now looks like it's basically melting off of your body, like Yohji.
Not sure about pants + shoes. Colors seem too close.
Mid-brown and white too close?
Not a big fan of the fit of those pants, Skitlet. The Ervell also seems a bit loose in the waist as well. Colors look good tho.
maybe darker shoes? not really digging the white
edit: but you're right, the main issue is fit, not color
I don't see the basis for any of those criticisms. The pants and the shoes look fine together.
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