I realize that when I do a seriese of shots, my PP is always inconsistant. I did these shots today with different settings, but pretty much in the same local (my back deck). How are skin tones looking, do they look consistant in PP (I ask as I look back over them and see slight differences)?
I didn't get calibrated at the end of August as I had hoped (unexpected dead car battery ate that money ) but I'm hoping soon!
1/320 f/1.4 200
1/500 f/1.4 200
1/500 f/1.6 200
they look pretty consistent to me for the most part. the first one has a slight bit of something that i can't put my finger on. I want to say magenta on the right side of her face or maybe orange? I don't know. But she is inside of something (?) so maybe her slightly darker hair in this picture is throwing her skin tone off? it looks fine i think the second one looks a hair cooler than the other two. but for me it's barely noticeable. I love that last one! So darn cute!
I love them all! so cute!!!! #2 is whiter-skinned than the other 2 so I might warm it just the slightest bit.
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these are great!!! you're brave shooting wide open. I never do on that lens, my sweet spot is more like 2.2. love Rylee's eyes, so pretty! these look pretty consistent to me. the last one isn't as bright as the other two thought.
I really adore that first shot!
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These are SO PRECIOUS! And they do look VERY CONSISTENT!!!! I think you got just what you were trying to get! BRAVO!
And she is just SO DANG ADORABLE!!!!!! (I have girl envy right now. )