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Sep 07, 2016 07:15 |  #7891

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Sep 07, 2016 22:39 |  #7892

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Great photo but a little too hot on the fill. Try -2/3 to -1 EV FEC. Should be perfect.

Could you elaborate? "Too hot" overall (in relation to the background), or in specific areas? Thanks.


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Sep 07, 2016 22:59 |  #7893

FuzzSummit wrote in post #18120544 (external link)
Could you elaborate? "Too hot" overall (in relation to the background), or in specific areas? Thanks.

Just my opinion but I find her face and chest a bit too bright from the flash exposure in relation to the background. I like the picture a lot and think that it would have benefitted from a bit of minus FEC. I'm pretty sure that I could fix it in post processing.


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Sep 08, 2016 00:25 |  #7894

rrblint wrote in post #18120561 (external link)
Just my opinion but I find her face and chest a bit too bright from the flash exposure in relation to the background. I like the picture a lot and think that it would have benefitted from a bit of minus FEC. I'm pretty sure that I could fix it in post processing.

I agree. For that specific photo, I think just enough fill to prevent her face from being really dark would be just fine. Past that point then the face becomes too bright and the interesting cast shadow gets diluted too much.

But I'm also one of those people who's not a big fan of the big HDR craze, since so much of those heavily processed photos become so flat in lighting that all the interesting interplay of light and shadow and forms are gone--sort of processed to hell and becomes lifeless. A similar effect can happen when there's too much fill light in what's supposed to be a high contrast lighting scene (especially if part of the visual interest is supposed to be the cast shadows)--it ends up looking very unnatural and screams "fill flash!" and "reflector!" It can work in some situations--it's kind of a case-by-case consideration. In general I think using a large sun diffuser looks much better, but without assistants it's pretty much impossible for one photog to use one, especially if there's any wind at all.


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Sep 08, 2016 03:19 |  #7895

rrblint wrote in post #18120561 (external link)
Just my opinion but I find her face and chest a bit too bright from the flash exposure in relation to the background. I like the picture a lot and think that it would have benefitted from a bit of minus FEC. I'm pretty sure that I could fix it in post processing.

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I agree. For that specific photo, I think just enough fill to prevent her face from being really dark would be just fine. Past that point then the face becomes too bright and the interesting cast shadow gets diluted too much.

But I'm also one of those people who's not a big fan of the big HDR craze, since so much of those heavily processed photos become so flat in lighting that all the interesting interplay of light and shadow and forms are gone--sort of processed to hell and becomes lifeless. A similar effect can happen when there's too much fill light in what's supposed to be a high contrast lighting scene (especially if part of the visual interest is supposed to be the cast shadows)--it ends up looking very unnatural and screams "fill flash!" and "reflector!" It can work in some situations--it's kind of a case-by-case consideration. In general I think using a large sun diffuser looks much better, but without assistants it's pretty much impossible for one photog to use one, especially if there's any wind at all.

Thanks for the feedback. Something to work on next time. :-)


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Sep 08, 2016 15:32 as a reply to  @ post 18118836 |  #7897

Very nice series Mc095. Thank you for sharing.


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Sep 09, 2016 04:38 as a reply to  @ Jon_Doh's post |  #7898

You're welcome Jon_Doh ;-)a


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Sep 09, 2016 05:00 |  #7899

From same location, comments and reviews are more than welcome...


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Sep 09, 2016 05:01 |  #7900

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Sep 09, 2016 07:01 |  #7901

[QUOTE=Mco95;18121971]​From same location, comments and reviews are more than welcome...

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Love this shot, very nicely done in everyway.

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Sep 09, 2016 07:07 as a reply to  @ Mco95's post |  #7902

I hate to nit pick but from my professional perspective I would love to seen these without the blanket.....any other professionals agree?  :p




  
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Sep 09, 2016 08:14 |  #7903

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I hate to nit pick but from my professional perspective I would love to seen these without the blanket.....any other professionals agree?  :p

It is a bit intrusive, yes.


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Sep 09, 2016 08:44 as a reply to  @ ready to snap's post |  #7904

And not all professionals are male, so a respectful no to answer your question.


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Sep 09, 2016 11:28 |  #7905

Another negative here. Love the shot, intimate but not erotic - couldn't be better.

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