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Oct 12, 2013 18:15 |  #1

Hi guys,

Took those shots at home with a speedlite pointed to an umbrella, camera right.
Settings for both pictures are 35mm - f/5.6 - 1/250s - ISO 400

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Oct 12, 2013 19:12 |  #2

You are lucky to have such a lovely model.
In both shots, A little glamor-glow might make them pop a bit more while smoothing her skin just a bit.
edit: You might clone out the stray threads on her shoulder strap in#1 too.


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Oct 12, 2013 21:30 |  #3

The hat looks outstanding in 1.




  
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Oct 12, 2013 22:01 as a reply to  @ Qbx's post |  #4

I like the idea of warming the tones a bit but how about a source of light as well as a bit of glow caused by that light?


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Oct 13, 2013 01:22 |  #5

Qbx wrote:
You are lucky to have such a lovely model.
In both shots, A little glamor-glow might make them pop a bit more while smoothing her skin just a bit.
edit: You might clone out the stray threads on her shoulder strap in#1 too.

Thank you! I love what you're proposing me in terms of processing. Very nice result, I have to learn again and again. :)

Erockbrox wrote:
The hat looks outstanding in 1.

Thanks! I really like this brand. I have 3 or 4 hats from this brand but it's difficult to find them here in Europe...

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I like the idea of warming the tones a bit but how about a source of light as well as a bit of glow caused by that light?

Nice idea! I do prefer the first proposition though. But it's an interesting point of view I can use in other shots for other atmospheres. :)

Thank you all for visiting this thread and for giving me your points of view and advices!



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Oct 13, 2013 20:30 |  #6

Love #4, it has that smoky feeling to set the mood for the hat pose.


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Oct 13, 2013 21:06 as a reply to  @ TJays's post |  #7

I like the last one for the mood, but she has a beautiful smile as seen in #2. I would use it to my advantage.


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Oct 13, 2013 23:39 |  #8

great job! maybe some rim lighting so that the model's hair doesn't blend into the background? but if that's what you want, even better




  
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