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Old 05-28-2005, 12:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hoping this is getting better. Seems everything I post is flat. Does it look like I'm getting more depth to it. I have her about 5 ft in front of the bg, single softbox to the left about 4ft away shooting pretty much straight across. I remember someone saying the light was too low in other posts so this time, it was raised up - limited by a 7ft ceiling but got it as high as I could. Turned it sideways so as to get more light to wrap around. I think this is one of my first posts that the highlight side is not blown out.

Is the right side too dark? I think using a reflector would have helped a bit to lighten that area up.

Please forgive the flyaway hairs, thoses would be ps'd out. Need to get exposures right before I worry about post ops.

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A reflactor would have helped alot here. You have to watch the details though. All the fly away hairs really detract from this shot. Keep working on it and posting and you will get there.

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Old 05-28-2005, 05:55 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Agree on the reflector, and will work more on watching the hair, had a small fan on to keep the room cool. Thanks for the comments.

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