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Exif Data
  • CANON EOS 70D
  • 70-200MM
  • f/2.8
  • 168mm
  • 1/125
  • 200

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Adrian Van Leeuwen

    Tones work well together being soft and subtle and more contrast around subjects head. The only thing is, maybe asking your subject to pose a bit more to get some  images with smile or any expression  that catches the viewer. Sorry not liking the expression of girl (with one eye partly closed), however love the light quality of image, atmosphere and composition.

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    Terry Waldrop

    Should have this model turn her head slightly. Since her face is not symmetrical, she would look better with head slightly turned instead of full face frontal shot. Move your strobe to produce a main light with secondary light, so both sides of the face are not evenly lit. beautiful model. 

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  3. Matthew Saville

    The faint catchlight is awesome, it gives that sparkle in her eyes and yet the whole portrait still appears to be lit with natural light. Very well done! I’m not necessarily a a fan of the waist-level vantage point for this shot, but I understand if you were using it in order to get the background right. The only thing is, the background is so blurred, it might not have made a difference. 

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    Matthew Saville

    I did notice that because of the height of your light source, this catchlight is slightly fainter than the other one, which gives her a slight droopy eyed look almost… 

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