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Re: Soft window light.
Old 02-01-2007, 08:41 AM   #11 (permalink)
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You have my permission to show what you did with my image, I look forward to see it.

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I emailed to you for you to post. I just brought out the detail a little more....some may not like it because it makes the light from the window a little stronger. To each his/her own, I just wanted to show you some options on what 30 seconds with a minor tool like Picassa could yield. You did the hard part which was a great capture, now just need to tune it some IMHO.
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Re: Soft window light.
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as per previous replies, nicely done but like what was suggested a little fill works wonders

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Re: Soft window light.
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I love to use window natural light. Sometimes I'll use the fill light to get the opposite side little brighter, but most of the time if the window is large enough I'll use it all by itself.

Michelle was shot in the Cowtown, AZ western type of saloon where window pane was huge.

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