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  1. Brian L

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    Hello everyone.

    I did some pictures to get some of my work up on my website. I was wondering if you all like this picture. Give me some tips on it. Thanks.


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    great experiment....it has come very well against backlight, except the right breast overexposing in the sun..therefore, slight turn to her left cud have avoided this.
     
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    nice shot. pretty model.
    i agree with gopals comment about the blowout on the chest.

    did you have anything for fill light here?...i wonder if a gold reflector might have done some good to brighten the face up a bit.
     
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    The only other thing (besides the overexposed chest) is her shoulders. I would have had her pull her shoulders back a little....as it is now, it looks a little bit like she's hunched over (to me it does at least).
     
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    No reflector for fill light. I am looking into getting a shade and reflector for these portraits I have been doing at the parks. When I get those Items I will through out a few more pictures for tips on them.

    Thanks guys for the advice on her pose and tips.
     

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