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    The golden hour for beginners

    I think it's too over exposed. I like the haze. As far as the shadows are you only speaking of the backlight image or the one with her towards the sun standing?
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    The golden hour for beginners

    Yes the background was hazy. I didn't add anything. I don't know why you would care to look at haze but I know I like it. I do not know how to read the histogram. I will study on that. Since you know a great deal show me a picture you have taken with backlight?
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    The golden hour for beginners

    Yeah framing I didn't do so well lol. Is this sunlight good or bad? I love the lighter shadows yet it's very warm and I don't know how I feel about the tones. Every time I pull this camera out I learn something. Love reading all your posts. Such knowledge
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    The golden hour for beginners

    For instance here is one I did with her facing towards the sun. I do not charge so please don't think I'm some money hungry person. I just do this on the side when I'm not working or in school. I am realizing how much I shake while taking photos.
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    The golden hour for beginners

    First off. I was going for that hazy back light look. High exposure behind the person. Her hazy. If I wanted her to be bright I would have turned her. How was I suppose to get that effect without turning her? Just a reflector? I didn't want her bright.
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    The golden hour for beginners

    Thanks for the input. Here was try one.
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    The golden hour for beginners

    I have the Nikon D5300. With a zoom lens and a 50 mm. Tonight is my first portrait shoot in the golden hour. Tip for aperture or lighting at all? Little nervous. I know trial and error is a big deal. I have been reading up a lot and s3ems like spot metering is a big deal with this time of day...
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