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Now with the chin...
Old 08-22-2005, 03:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have folowed your suggestions and included her chin this time.
What do you think?
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Re: Now with the chin...
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Nice expression and cropping. You do need to work out the lighting to avoid the hot spots on the face. You can use a translucent reflector in front of the model to mute the hot spots, for example. Or you can put the model in shade and then use a white or silver (or even gold) reflector for fill.



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When I first saw the image I thought the same as Mr. Smith. I suggest 2 ways to avoid the hot spots outside: (1) Have models in the shade, avoid bright backgrounds and reflect some light back into the model if possible. (2) Buy a large translucent reflector (with stands, if possible) and again, watch for the bright or busy backgrounds.

Dark and/or out of focus backgrounds help. In your image, the colors detract (pull the eye) from the model's face.

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