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I love the way you have managed to make shoulders.
Thanks! It's just the cloth draped over the tripod's handle.
The lighting is great. I would like to see less of the creature. Very nice work but a little less is all I can say.
Funny you should mention the visibility, because as I was editing this I was having hell of a time finding out exactly how much of darker parts of the image were visible. I have three monitors and it looks different on each of them. On one, the surrounding is completely black, and on another you can clearly see everything. The same when I checked it on my phone. So I'm not entirely sure what everyone else is seeing (in terms of contrast)
Very tastefully done. It has a kind of MF Doom feel to it. The colour of the red (s?) really give that terrifying feeling of doom. And the blues help us ground the night time and give depth to the reds which are often a flatter colour. What gels did you use if I may ask? Love the out of the box thinking!
Would be nice if the eyes and the background color were different, to add more contrast. Also, if you zoom in on the mask, you can see it's hollow. Which takes away from the realism. Darkening the portion underneath it that's lit up from the gels inside would help maybe. I'm not sure how else. I'd agree with the other guy that seeing less of the figure would be better. Maybe darken the bottom half a bit more. Maybe blacken the light coming through the nose and mouth as well. Pretty solid job, very creative.
Thanks! Those are all good points. Especially using a separate color for the eyes. I might try to incorporate that into whatever my next photo is going to be.
Fantastic shot a d edit! Crispy clean and sharp. The blacks are perfect. The only critique is I'm not a fan of magenta to enhance a shot. This edit carries a little too much for my liking.
I think the concept was very well executed.
The only thing I would maybe change is to have the creature turn it's head to face the camera while keeping the body in the same pose.
Pretty cool man. Good job.
I’d straighten the verticals though. Specifically the door frame closest to the right hand side.