How to get No-shadow, No-highlight smooth lighting outdoor

Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by k.udhay, Sep 16, 2017.

  1. k.udhay

    k.udhay TPF Noob!

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    I tried an open shade with slight natural backlight and bokeh to get this:
    DSC_0565.NEF

    Do I always get haze like this - I could get rid of this by moving my black slider in photoshop - However, would like to know if there is a way eliminating this at camera level.

    I am happy with the exposure I got in the subject's face. Still, I feel there is something missing. I am desperate to take this to the next level. Hence request your comments pl.

    Camera settings for the attached pic.: -
    Nikon D3200 (Cropped sensor DSLR)
    f/1.8
    1/160 second
    ISO 200
    50 mm prime lens

    Edit - Spelling mistake corrected


     
  2. k.udhay

    k.udhay TPF Noob!

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    Sounds interesting. Can you give link to your pics. pl.?
     

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