So are you all putting your best foot forward in 2012?
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the only thing that works in this photo is the black vignette. that’s killer.
oompah, loompah, doopity do!
Ugh, I despise feet, but this makes it even worse.
Even my 6 year old just said “Oh. My. Gosh. NO! That is just WRONG!”
I’m assuming the orange color is from the setting sun light that is hitting her but why’d you selective color this (and i’m a fan of selective color done right) is beyond me.. and what is up with that “vignette” looking shadowed frame? oy vey such a pretty girl to have wasted her senior class picture money with this person with a camera
On what planet are you living that the sunlight is that color? Indoors? Please find me a photo of something indoors where the sunlight has made it orange. Your task for the day.
It depends on your white balance, if you shoot raw and go into lightroom and move the kelvin slider to thewarm side it will apear orange. thus, if you have the inernal camera settings to think its colder light when its not it will produce an overly warm (orange) image. also, they probably oversaturated the crap out of it. thats just my 2cents
either way, its a crappy job
first off she is outside on what looks to be like park equipment or a picnic table… secondly the next time there is a really awesome orange/red sunset and you pull out your camera turn around you know… opposite the sunset and take a photo of a person.. it does indeed make them that color. I’ve won a press association award for a photo of a girl in a park with the sunset light hitting her making her glow that color… good lord you must be one of those people who are too busy taking photos of sunsets to notice what the light is doing the subjects it hits.
fauxtogs commenting on fauxtogs is a funny thing to those of us who do this for a living.
To be honest, it looks more like a hue shift than any natural lighting, it’s just too vivid with no real highlights.
Oh this is horrible! I’m guessing that this is probably her high school colors and the year she graduates.If so, awful senior photo.
Class of 2102? Wow. She looks good for her age.
No, even the vignette is wrong!
Looks like Jersey Shore style orange tanning stuff on her feet.
OMG. Just when I thought I had seen the lowest of the low from you, some even more wretched appears.
lol I have no words.
Sorry – there is no way that tone is sunlight or natural light – best case it is a gel filter over the flash (which may go a long way to explain the lack of contrast and pure blacks / whites in the photo.) Worst case – a bad Picnick or PS day.
I do like the idea of the 2012 being displayed – just not the execution.
I thought it might work better if it was along the ball of her foot, being read from left to right. I have to keep correcting myself because my brain keeps reading it as “2102.”
yeah – I can get that… maybe they were going for 2112 and missed it…
Dee that can very easily be sunset light making it that warm I’ve done it.
BWAHAHAHAH! It reminds me of a line from the movie “Mother”, where Al Brooks eats some bad sherbet then proclaims “This tastes like an orange foot!”.
Yeah…I would have gone for a different body part, maybe. This is just kind of comically weird.
I hate feet also, (shot from this angle), though I don’t mind well-groomed and/or shod feet shot tastefully from above or maybe the side. These feet aren’t even remotely symmetrical, though I suppose people with jaundice have rights, too. The magic marker looks hideous.
I hate this photo. It’s gross.
Not symmetrical? How about NOT CLEAN??? I can get past the bad lighting, the bad vignette, the bad spot color – but she should have at least washed those puppies.
my daughter has had this done by a pro and it turned out awsome . her feet look like real feet not baby poo orange . the focas is on her feet but u can still her face .
Maybe she used her feet to juice some carrots?
why would anyone take a golden hour shot and monochrome it?
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