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Any input on the assignment is welcomed. thanks
Exif Data
  • NIKON D3000
  • 55.0-200.0 mm f/4.0-5.6
  • f/7.1
  • 55mm
  • 1/125
  • 100

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Dee Organ

    The uplighting isn’t so flattering, was this from a gold reflector? If so, positioned more from the side than below would give a nicer and also a more even effect. 

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  2. Jose Ayala

    Yes, I thought that I placed the reflector high enough, but I guess I did not. ( should of tried her sitting down) . The reflector is silver, the light on this particular day was really golden, what can I do to offset this’d? Thank you

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    The composition of this image is beautiful! Silver will give a very specular light which is great with dramatic portraits. It feels like you were wanting a softer light? I would try using a defuser screen over the reflector that would help to soften the light being bounced while still providing the same power of light on the subject. 

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    You may also want to try just the white reflector:)

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  5. Jose Ayala

    2nd attempt any input is welcomed. thanks

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      Much better as far as the specular effect. The lighting on his face is a little dramatic, but his expression is a bit dramatic so it works if that is what you were going for :)  nice work !!

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    • Jose Ayala

      Thanks !!

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