Maternity Shoot

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  1. chrisburke

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    did a maternity shoot tonight.. i really like how these 2 turned out

    only thing i would have liked to change in this one, is have her face me just a tiny bit more.
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    And i really like this one.
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    Good pics it will be cool to eventually see before and after lol
     
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    Aww this is cute, You should wrap her around in a blanket. My sister in law is pregnant. And, I'm excited to take pictures of her. :) Other than that this pictures really cute.
     
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    Um.. Did you intend to underexpose? Also very flat looking.
     
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    I think you should have tried side lighting from both sides.
     
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    Yeah I really like the composition of both, but they are a bit dark.
     
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    yes i did intend to underexpose.. i love dark lighting.. oxymoron??
     
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    I would try to do something with the background in PP, atm it looks a little too much 'like taken on a building site'.
     
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    2 posts with the same theme, Chris?
     
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    hey jerry.. no the first one was about my DIY umbrella.. and i said that i would post a sample pic... and the other was a question about shadows.. however i guess we do seem to be talking about imporvements in the other thread.. i guess i didnt think of that...
     
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    Get your wife a lot farther away from the backdrop. Light her, and maybe use at least a 50mm, a wide aperture...this will help to blur the wrinkles in the backdrop, and minimize cast shadows from subject.
     
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