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Old 10-26-2007, 05:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was playing around with my new Hensel 500 the other day trying to get a feel for it. This is one of the shots i've got done.

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I was playing around with my new Hensel 500 the other day trying to get a feel for it. This is one of the shots i've got done.
A light source is a light source. The image appears a bit flat and there is not much shadow detail in hair on the left side of the photo which suggests the exposure might not be right on. Essentially, no matter what lighting source you use, you need to be sure with digital that you take the same care for determination of the exposure as we used to to with slide film. Over all the shot is pleasant. You might want to post more in the series and give some indication of what you are trying to accomplish. If just shooting with one light try moving it a bit more to one side and then use a reflector on the opposite side as a fill to soften the shadows. As a general rule basically low key photos don't work as well with flat lighting. Low key begs for a more dramatic lighting ratio.

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