Sad (but pretty) girl

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  1. Adrian Kwidzyński

    Adrian Kwidzyński TPF Noob!

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    I am interested in yours opinion, as always ;) Greetings for my country woman - Mentos :wink:

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    molested_cow No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    My opinion is.... you probably need a strong light source like spot light to bring out the contrast.
     
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    Thanks for your opinion molested_cow :)
    Bad contrast? It was strong spot lights (2x 500W) from both sides and short time.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    My immediate thought is: good expression, but she would need some face powder before you take her picture, her skin looks like she's only just put on her day creme ... to many reflections, I say. If it were only around her eyes, it could make us believe its tears. But it's round her mouth and so on, too...
     
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    I mean you need a strong contrast, meaning a dominant light source from one direction. Right now, the set up you have is for taking pics of artworks where you need even light distribution. Not recommended if you want an interesting picture.
     

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