Testing light what do you think?

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  1. ImaginePortraits

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    was playing around testing lighting options and i kinda like this one.


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    I like this one a lot too, nice light and composition.
     
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    What, exactly were you testing?
     
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    just the a new set up of lighting i wanted to see how it would react to the person and also some diffrent adjustments to the camera.
     
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    What's the setup?
     
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    just a single barn door with grid
     
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    I'd go for a little more exposure on this one, but to each his own.

    PS I tried lightening it up in PS, but then had to pull some contrast because of the sheen on the guy's face.
     

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