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    Sadly I haven't gotten to this, I will try and bundle up Nat and myself and try and get to doing this.


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    Bundled up and got these done quickly today, don't mind the messy garage.

    These were done with Auto WB

    Straight #1


    45 Right


    90 Right


    These were done with Cloudy WB
    Straight #2


    45 Left


    90 Left


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    I'm doing it today, finally, Steph!
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    Awesome job, Amanda!!! How was this exercise for you? Do you notice a difference?
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    I saw a difference though with it being overcast when I did it the shadow wasn't that obvious.


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    I'm actually noticing some really great shadows in these. If you're having trouble noticing the shadows, try converting it to black and white. That might help you see the direction of the light. I would imagine that if you want more dramatic shadowing, you could pull your subject further away from the opening of the garage. If you're wanting subtle shadowing, I would think that moving your subject toward the opening would help with that.

    My favorite is the 45 degree angle ones. The face is still nice and lit, but there is some depth to her face with the light shadowing.
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    I'm not a lurker lol but I thought of this assignment when looking through recent pics of mine....

    I hope it's ok to share these to show the angle of light....

    these are snaps of my daughter taken in one of my favorite indoor spots to take shots of her in.....this is in front of our big living room window, with her angled between 45 degrees to maybe 70 degrees from the window.

    This one is about 45:


    And in this one she is angled/rotated a bit more away from the window (but still the same distance away)...
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    Gives nice depth, so I love using that spot in our house for taking shots of her.

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    Awesome, Amy! Gorgeous light!!

    Another thing about good lighting: It helps your focus.

    I'd actually like to encourage anyone to do this assignment and post here. Maybe I should open up all the assignments to everyone?
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