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  1. canonrebel

    canonrebel TPF Noob!

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    very beautiful eyes
    great looking kiddo
     
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    yeah that's pretty cool how you photoshopped the eyes to match the nails.....nice work.....
     
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    you captured that great moment
    however the lighting is pertty hard
    did you use the built in flash?
    if you able to get a extra flash that may be better
     
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    I have 3 sunpak potato mashers and one alien bees and a box that I slave for studio work, But for "spur-of-the-moment un-posed" snaps such as this one, a stand-mounted or hand-held side flash/flashes is/are totally impratical. This little snap shot was never intended to be more than what it is--a snapshot of a beautiful little granddaughter.

    I could have photoshopped this snap shot and made it simulate a 2:00 o'clock lighting technique accomplished in a studio (complete with fill lights, back lights, and hair lights). But these candid un-posed/un-rehearsed snaps are precious.

    I wanted to share a captured moment of observation. I'm flattered that you took the time to share my experience.

    ThanX for your comments--I appreciate them.

    Rebel

    "There's only most beautiful granddaughter in the world--and every grandfather has her"
     

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