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Aug 22, 2016 06:01 |  #1

Did a shoot on Last Saturday at Auckland Winter Gardens. Comments are welcome :)

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Aug 29, 2016 17:28 |  #2

Overall - I think you did well. I am not sure what your lighting set up was, (possibly just the on camera flash?) but on the second image, there is a distracting shadow cast downward across the lower portion of her left cheek (maybe from natural light, or some other light source?) - maybe a reflector would have worked well on this shoot to bring a little more light to her face?


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Sep 02, 2016 20:15 as a reply to  @ ResolutionMax's post |  #3

Ya true. It was a tight space and could not use my softbox so had to use the secondary flash mounted on the cam. Yes you are right I should have used the reflector.


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