Two Portraits

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  1. NikFan1

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    I bought some umbrellas/stands ect a few days ago and this is my 1st (Studio) attempt with them. Still working with the fill cards ect to get rid of shadows. There are a ton of tutorials on Flickr for lighting set ups, so I just tried to duplicate them.

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    Oh my gosh! She is the most precious thing ever! You captured her wonderfully :)
     
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    I think you did well! There is nothing that stood out to me as being bad with the lighting. And you captured an adorable face on the first shot, and an angelic one with the second shot. Good work!
     
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    stunning.

    she is ace,

    lighting looks good

    well done


    did you use a reflector. if yes what colour was it??
     
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    I agree with the others, they are great, and you captured a priceless expression in the first. Good job :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks for the kind words everyone! As for reflectors, I used a small white erase board on my daughter play table right under her face, I also used a white foam board 4x6 very close to her cam right. Thanks again!
     

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