Try to shoot indoor


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joey91

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poor equipment,poor skill, a newbie here take some indoor shooting... feel free comment to me... thanks!!

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absolutx

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erm. i feel #1 and 3 are rather overexposed.. can't see their features..
 

absolutx

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erm.. i'm rather new also..
try bounce lighting?or since your subjects are small, try positioning lamps and not use flash?
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ibnujang

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lovely! how did you make the background so dark? can teach me ah?
 

dakuneko

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joey91 said:
poor equipment,poor skill, a newbie here take some indoor shooting... feel free comment to me... thanks!!

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Nice shots! It would have been better if it would be sharper. Syaoran-kun! Sakura-kun!!! :)
 

blimmer

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ibnujang said:
lovely! how did you make the background so dark? can teach me ah?
i'm assuming the backgrd is a piece of brown cloth

how about trying a secondary light source shining from behind the cloth and a 3rd light source shining on the figure to project a more contrasty shadow on the backgrd?
 

joey91

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ibnujang said:
lovely! how did you make the background so dark? can teach me ah?
i use a black cloth as the background.

thanks all u guys comment to me!!i'll try to change next shoot...:p
 

catchlights

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If you are using a desk lamp as main light, try to use a tracing paper, or “butter” paper, or a piece of thin white cloth put between the light and subject, to act as a diffuser, do not use it to cover the lamp as the lamp generate heat, the light will get more softer if this diffuser sheet closer to the subject.


I not sure what you want to archiver on the background, so only offer you pointer for the lighting.


Btw, some of the pictures look a little too warm to me.


Hope this help.
 

joey91

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catchlights said:
If you are using a desk lamp as main light, try to use a tracing paper, or “butter” paper, or a piece of thin white cloth put between the light and subject, to act as a diffuser, do not use it to cover the lamp as the lamp generate heat, the light will get more softer if this diffuser sheet closer to the subject.


I not sure what you want to archiver on the background, so only offer you pointer for the lighting.


Btw, some of the pictures look a little too warm to me.


Hope this help.
thanks ur comment to me!!:) :)
 

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