interior lighting c&c

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  1. goodoneian

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    i got two light stands yesterday, and wanted to try them out with my sb-600's you could say, and came up with this set of pictures. i'm just curious of what you guy's think.

    i didn't use a tripod on any of them which is why the flash pictures don't match up with the ambient ones exactly

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    Hey pretty good. Most of the pictures aren't obviously lit intentionally, which is good. You have to watch your shadows though. There are a few places where your shadows become very sharp and it's clear your using a flash to fill the room.
     
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    thank you. yeah, i was having some difficulties with harsh shadows in one of the rooms because of how the furniture was set up most likely. it didn't occur to me till after i took the pictures i could have used my on camera flash to try and soften them, so i'll try to remember that in the future
     

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