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Took Pye's advice and added a full CTO gelled flash behind the couple to be able to bring out the blue in the sky and to further seperate... (show more)
Exif Data
  • NIKON D4S
  • 14-24mm f2.8
  • f/2.8
  • 15mm
  • 1.0 seconds
  • 3200

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Alyssa Smirnov

    Very nice! Good Job

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  2. A
    David Hill

    Wow! Beautiful! You must be very pleased! Well done! Look out for ‘blown hair’. Check your LCD and I bet this area was ‘blinking’. Solution: reduce flash power/move flash slightly/get her to pull her hair back etc etc. Nice overall! Dave

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  3. B
    David Hill

    SETTINGS: Not a huge issue with a D4s I doubt but I wonder if they could have held still for 2 Seconds (one full stop) and therefore decrease ISO to 1600 (one full stop) to preserve dynamic range….so many things to consider!! Love the shot. Dave

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  4. C
    David Hill

    Look to even up exposure in Post Production here. Its bright compared to the left side as we look at it. Dave

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  5. D
    David Hill

    I can see the tripod legs……if this is printed, so will they! Dave

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  6. E
    Shivani Reddy

    This spill is a bit distracting here, I would decrease it or light paint to even it out. 

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  7. F
    Shivani Reddy

    The clouds look a bit muddy, and the sky overall has a bit of highlight drain. 

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  8. G
    Shivani Reddy

    Perfect use of a backlight! I think you could have brought the subjects in closer and then the flare would have been even more dramatic. 

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