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Old 04-30-2008, 01:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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These two images were shot in Marty's (photomarty) living room. He thought it would be fun to post a pic of me shooting the model aswell as the final image. Also, so you would be able to see the light setup. Octobox behind me, gridded hairlight behind the couch and out of view to my left a gelled light skimming across her body. And thanks again Marty for the use of your home and some of your lights. But I'm not sure who had the best angle...you or I

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Geat photo... Thanks for showing both images...
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nice shot....both views are nice thanks for the setup shot and info
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I took what I learned from this post and applied. The uploaded post is the result. By reducing the image, it seems I got a bit of color shift. Any C/C would GREATLY be appreciated!
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Looks to me like you shot her using Tungston lights, and white balanced for the Tungston ... allowing the outside light to go very blue. Some people like that look ... especially outside. If you wanted to make the outside color more realistic, put a daylight blue gel over your tungston lights and white balance for daylight. Did I understand your question?
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It wasnt really a question. When I converted to .jpeg the overall picture turned a little blue. Thats what I was speaking about with the color shift comment.
It was late in the day and the bluish color on the windows was already there from shade on white blinds. It was a little bright so I color burned to drop the brightness. In later shots, I closed the curtains over the blinds so that I wouldnt have the "blue" issue but none of them captured her as well.
I was actually asking for comments on the shot itself. Any other ideas on how to make it better?

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