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Old 11-17-2008, 04:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Cropped only. Used one light with 7" reflector, 10 degree grid. approx. 7ft away, 3 ft above models shoulder and to models left side as viewed.

Did notice light hitting her right leg. maybe should of removed in post.

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IMO, excellent as a sensual semi-abstraction. But I agree about removing/darkening the right leg. Really good visualizing, sir.
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agreed on the removal of leg light. awesome shot tho.
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Cropped only. Used one light with 7" reflector, 10 degree grid. approx. 7ft away, 3 ft above models shoulder and to models left side as viewed.

suggestions?
Have the model bring her shoulders forward a bit more to flatten her back a bit, raise the light about 6 inches and use a 30 degree grid for better feathering control so that you can get more detail out of her back (which is very nice). The 10 degree "laser gun" grid doesn't allow for enough feather control to get what I think you are going for.


(7''/30 deg, 6 feet up and 3 feet away)
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Have the model bring her shoulders forward a bit more to flatten her back a bit, raise the light about 6 inches and use a 30 degree grid for better feathering control so that you can get more detail out of her back (which is very nice). The 10 degree "laser gun" grid doesn't allow for enough feather control to get what I think you are going for.


(7''/30 deg, 6 feet up and 3 feet away)
I tried that Jon but when she did we lost the dimples in her back which she so wanted in this pick. I will try the 30 degree next time. That may work better. Thanks for tip
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