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eadwine

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hmm first shots soft but ur eyes too errr.... too real!!..dunno how to explain
2nd shot nice
 

ralphii82sg

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great first pic..
but the eyes...need a little flash to bring life to them??

:dunno:
 

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Hi StreetShooter,

I can only find but one word, and there can only be one word, that I believe best describes all your shots I have ever comes across in here - AWSOME.


Regards,

CJ
 

roygoh

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Originally posted by StreetShooter
Yes, agreed. The eyes need some catchlights.
How do you get catchlights when using a diffusion panel?
Can anyone help? Roy?
You mean PS the catch light?:D

Just joking....

I was wondering about the catch light also. You did catch some in the second shot, but not the first.

You might have to try playing around with the position of your light source. Maybe have the light source closer to the subject.

You should be able to get good catch light with a diffused light source. However, from your description of the light source you made, I have a feeling that it might actually have been too large. Furthermore, having it floor-standing means that the flash always fires straight ahead, and you don't have much control on the height of the light source.

Modelling light helps!

Great job, nonetheless.
 

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