Indoor Portrait

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Girl and dog by Jarrett Hunt, on Flickr


Mamiya RZ67, 150mm 3.5 lens at 5.6, shutter speed 125, 63 inch umbrella camera right with einstein640 for light.

Film: Kodak Tri-X 400 processed with Xtol 1+1 for 9 min. Scanned on epson V600
 

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Nice, but don't like 2 spot on the model face.
 

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Who's portrait is it ? If dog's, the light is not the he best. If girl's, she is out of focus. If both, dof is bit to short. Just confusion.
 

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I agree the dog is too dark I would have moved your light more to the right to light up the dogs face. As for the light specks or bokeh I think those are possibly facial piercings on her nose.
 

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