Learn how to measure studio light with ease and precision, thanks to Alkimia
Me ha ENCANTADO este curso... ha sido mi favorito de Domestika! Hay proyecto de hacer otro nuevo Ale Casanova?
I have loved the course, I have devoured it!
Hey Thank you very much for your words, I promise you that we put a lot of work into the course and a lot of love too. So if it has served you and you liked me more than happy.
Let's go to work!! Mainly I see two or three problems that I think you can solve with some ease.
-Try not to over-saturate the first layers of color. If you spend too much on saturating them then it is much more difficult to "balance" the color. As it happens to you in the portrait based on greens. You have to make thinner layers, don't get impatient.
-The second question is that you keep more areas of light. The light areas can be slightly nuanced by a veil of some color, they do not have to be a white point of paper.
-The line is not your friend, you must get away from it like the flames. Do not try to solve with lines you must solve with spots.
I invite you to take one of the portraits that I proposed, because they have the right light and contrast so that you can work comfortably.
Waw! I did not know what you answered until I came to download the photo of your model to do the original exercise, what an illusion. Thank you very much for the corrections, I loved the course!