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May 09, 2017 03:00 |  #1

My wife is pregnant with our second child, so I wanted to a maternity shoot with her.
I postponed the shoot a couple of times, but yesterday conditions were perfect!
Unfortunately my new AD360 is having problems with HSS, so I was forced to use a Vari ND.
This messed with the AF on my 18-35, so focus is off a bit sometimes. But it's still useable for social media or a small print.
My first go at serious shoot using flash.

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May 09, 2017 09:11 |  #2

Some decent shots, posing and colors with some good creativity.

I think that if you were to raise your lighting quite a bit higher and a little bit more in front of your lovely model that the light would be so much more flattering.
Currently it is almost spooky ghost under lighting or just a bright cheek with a shadowed face.

Thank you for sharing!


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