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Old 05-13-2007   #21
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I'm going to go ahead and be disappointingly boring by parrotting the others. Excellent work here and more impressive for being natural light. Love them all!
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Excellent photos. I'm starting to get into portrait shots and these help me a bit. The posing looks great.
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Basically love the shoot. The pose in No1 feels a bit unatural. The eyes are great in all. And your PP gives them a lovely magical feel.
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Beautiful series, and I love the post processing. Nicely done!
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Did you use a reflector for any of these?
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Did you use a reflector for any of these?
No not on these! But i did get to use it on one shot,it got cloudy on use pretty quick!
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I'm going to go ahead and be disappointingly boring by parrotting the others. Excellent work here and more impressive for being natural light. Love them all!
Thanks a lot Tech.Animal
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Beautiful series, and I love the post processing. Nicely done!
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Basically love the shoot. The pose in No1 feels a bit unatural. The eyes are great in all. And your PP gives them a lovely magical feel.
Thanks TLV I tryed a new PP on these!
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No not on these! But i did get to use it on one shot,it got cloudy on use pretty quick!
Ok. I am not trying to be a pain in the ass here but if you didn't use reflectors and these were all shot with natural light, then please explain the shadows on this image;


At first glance one would assume that the sun is lighting her from behind...all that nice light on her hair. But one can clearly see a sharp edged shadow on her neck and on her left arm.
What caused these shadows if it was not reflected light?
Flash?

Same with this photo;


There are shadows here that could not possibly be caused by the sun....as the sun is clearly behind her and at a different angle.

I think you are pulling our legs. The light may be "natural" but it is very clear that a second source is being used....either flash or reflected light.


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