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Old 03-28-2017   #1
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Key light into umbrella, two background lights, reflector, and I used my speed light as a hair light. Any advice is greatly appreciated, I can't see the things you can. Thank you!








This is the same setup but no hair light. She is a librarian and I imagined a work shot maybe for their webpage. Debated removing the shadow on the floor. Not sure if the book is distracting, it was my idea.


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Old 05-15-2017   #2
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On the first image, you should try getting the umbrella closer to the model. On the second image, the light is better
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Old 05-20-2017   #3
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On the first photo the lighting on the little girl is pleasing (although, it does seem to have a bit of a yellowish tinge to it) but I find the blinding white background for both photos just too much.


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