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Dec 05, 2008 11:48 |  #2

Aaron,

Hopefully you shot this in Raw and still have the file because her entire forehead, nose and left cheek are all overexposed, and her hair is underexposed.

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I do, but this is what i was going for.




  
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Dec 05, 2008 12:12 as a reply to  @ merp's post |  #4

Any chance you could fix it so they go down and not across...?:confused:


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Travisj wrote in post #6819285 (external link)
Any chance you could fix it so they go down and not across...?:confused:

odd..it showing down for me! I'll take a look though =)




  
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Dec 05, 2008 16:15 |  #6

Merp,

I like what you did here man. Good images for a bedroom shoot. What sort of lighting did you use? Just a flash?

My only comment is on #2 the laptop is a tiny bit distracting.




  
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Dec 05, 2008 16:57 |  #7

these are great.... really great... love the lighting and the subject..... well done




  
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Dec 05, 2008 17:10 as a reply to  @ Caysnco's post |  #8

#1 is a bit hot on her face, probably because the flash was so close. Maybe try bouncing off the ceiling if possible next time. I think the composition was great on all these and the lighting was good too. Keep practicing and you'll have some great stuff. Well done.


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Dec 05, 2008 17:34 |  #9

I like the tat


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RSVPhoto wrote in post #6820771 (external link)
Merp,

I like what you did here man. Good images for a bedroom shoot. What sort of lighting did you use? Just a flash?

My only comment is on #2 the laptop is a tiny bit distracting.

Yes just my 430ex, she had a florescent light up to the left of entire bed.

Thank you =)




  
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40Driggs wrote in post #6821033 (external link)
#1 is a bit hot on her face, probably because the flash was so close. Maybe try bouncing off the ceiling if possible next time. I think the composition was great on all these and the lighting was good too. Keep practicing and you'll have some great stuff. Well done.

Thank you, Yep I was definitely right against the wall on that one lol good call.




  
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Caysnco wrote in post #6820982 (external link)
these are great.... really great... love the lighting and the subject..... well done


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Dec 06, 2008 12:01 |  #13

I might tone down the orange a tiny bit. Its a good look but maybe tone it down a just tad.




  
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