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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow_grey View Post
    This week, as per suggestions in CC last week, I tried pulling back a little.

    50mm, ISO400, SS1/250, F5.6

    44mm, ISO400, SS1/125, F5.0


    85mm, ISO800, SS1/125, F5.6
    These are great. Great use of the environment for sure!

    1. You've got great leading lines in this photo. I agree about increasing the exposure of fill light in CR when you edit. Play around with curves to get that pop going.

    2. Nice side lighting - I would have maybe tilted her a bit more to the left (Camera right) so that she didn't have that bright spot on her leg.

    3. Check the whites. looks really bright.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NicholeC View Post
    Here are a few from a Maternity Session I did. They didn't turn out like I wanted.

    f/4 1/40 ISO-100
    IMG_8961

    f/4 1/1000 ISO-800
    IMG_9012

    f 6.3 1/100 ISO - 100
    IMG_9052
    Here is my CC. I think you did good for your first maternity shot.

    1. Your SS is very low 1/40, I am surprised the picture didn't come out soft. Posing is very awkward. Lots of color cast mainly green and yellow most likely from the environment.

    2. This is a great idea. Did you blur then out in the back? With f4 - I wouldn't think they would be that blurry. If you did, I would decrease the blur so that it looks softer.

    3. Watch out for those trees, several of them are growing out of her head.
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