C&C Please

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  1. vandecarr

    vandecarr TPF Noob!

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    Hi,

    I've been trying some new stuff and I like the results and would like the opinion of someone other then myself.

    From the example below, tell me your thoughts.


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    Thanks,
    Mike
     
  2. vandecarr

    vandecarr TPF Noob!

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    Okay the picture above is a snap shot taken by my wife. Here is a portrait I took. I used the same techniques for fixing it as I did on the point and shoot pic above and I really need some feedback.

    Here is the portrait:
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    Thanks,
    Mike V
     
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    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Well... this is a very nice head shot.

    The strong ratio seems OK here, but maybe a wee bit more fill would have been beneficial. Maybe a hair or skim light would have finished it off.

    Never the less, nice shot as is.

    Pete
     
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    More backlight for sure
     
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    so shine
     
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    vandecarr TPF Noob!

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    Thank you,

    I actually had a reflector up on the side that is dark but...I took it down for some reason and never put it back up.

    I forgot about it and finished shooting. When I realized it, it was too late.

    I also didn't use a tripod here because the kid was fidgity. he wanted to just be done so he could go play so it is a little out of focus.

    here is one more from the same shoot, again, without the reflector up because of my lack of thinking, but it looks pretty nice.

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    Thanks,
    Mike V
     

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