Messing around

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  1. irish_love

    irish_love TPF Noob!

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    While my wife and sister-in-law where setting things up for her (sister-in-law's) out door wedding, I decided to take some time out to take some pics. She took her boots off, and I picked them up for this pic. What do you guys think?




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    Model: NIKON D60
    ISO: 100
    Exposure: 1/2500 sec
    Aperture: f/1.8
    Focal Length: 50mm
     
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    Not bad; you've got some exposure issues going on with the over-bright highlights on the toes, and the dark area of vines image left. Ideally, a diffuser over the boots, and a fill-light set low and pointing to image left, but, all in all, not bad. Have you thought of trying a mono conversion?

    Just my $00.02 worth - your milage may vary.

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    its magnificent... to bad i can't see it. its either my crappy internet connection or you forgot to post it

    now that tirediron posted i guess its just my internet connection
     
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    I agree the highlights are a little too bright and so distracting, but realistically maybe about as good as you could get them on the fly. But I think what is slightly more distracting is that, while the boots aren't on anyone's feet, it appears unnatural for them to be facing toes in. Perhaps because they're stood next to each other, as if someone's feet were in them. I find that to create a subtle unsettling tone to the photograph.

    Overall pretty good.
     

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