Peacefield wrote in post #12061576
Love 'em all.
- Great job managing flash power with ambient on #2; I especially like that one
- Is that the natural sky in #3?; truly stunning
- I'd try to clone out the assistant's leg in #5, though this would probably be a bit difficult
- I really like #6 but think either more separation from the background or a wider aperature might have made it stronger; just enough to soften the background only a little
- I love #8; the timed exposure, the off camera flash; it all comes togther for a beautiful and imaginative portrait.
Thank you Bob.
#2 worked out really well. That was one of the first shots I got with the setup. I added other aspects and nothing really worked as well. Plus, it was super hard to focus.
#3 is the natural sky. Obviously I bumped the darks and shadows down, and upped the saturation a bit, but i didnt clone anything in. Its great what a little PP can do. I was really bummed about the sunset being fairly boring, but it turned out nicely.
#6. I dont know what I was thinking. Looking back on it, I brought too much ambient in and really didnt hold the pop I wanted. I am thinking because I wanted more of the lights in the background, the rest bled in.
#8. Thank you. It was sort of a "hey, lets try this" and really liked how it turned out.
digidiva wrote in post #12062328
What a cute couple though. I bet they love the set.
Yeah, silly Nicholas. Ill clone him out.
Thanks again everyone.