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using a small soft box that attached in the flash in tripod zooming from a distance.
Exif Data
  • NIKON D7100
  • 18-200 sigma lens
  • f/f4
  • 82mm
  • 1/80 seconds
  • 100

Q&A Discussions

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  1. A
    Bob Davis

    Dick, I think you have too much clutter going on in the frame with all of the scaffolding (behind the models head especially). Looks like your fill light worked out…a step to your left would have cleared the area behind the model.

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  2. B
    Tanya Goodall Smith

    Watch your shutter speed. Her face looks out of focus.

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  3. C
    Tanya Goodall Smith

    Look for a more pleasing background next time or zoom in to 200mm so you get more compression and bokeh in the background.

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  4. D
    Tanya Goodall Smith

    I do like the softness of the light from your softbox. Just a little more practice and refining for your portraits. The model is beautiful and she’s nicely styled, which is half the battle, so keep up the good work!

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  5. E
    Ella Paks

    this is a great shot! But i agree the face needs more focus and the background less focus

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  6. F
    Jessica Muniz

    Her foot is very distracting here. It’s almost cut off. It was the first thing I saw in this image. She seems out of focus and the flash couldn’t freeze her, so that really bothers to look at.

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