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 Post subject: Some single light shots
PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2011 12:15 pm 
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Hello, I've tried my new softbox with my YN560 and 28-75mm Tammy. Can someone give critics and comments regarding to the images you'll about to see ehe. The images are too big to post and it'd be against the forum rules. Let me know if they're good to print, the baby in the picture is my baby sister.

http://eosphotography.smugmug.com/Portr ... LcL8-X3-LB

http://eosphotography.smugmug.com/Portr ... Fbxt-X3-LB

http://eosphotography.smugmug.com/Portr ... Xr7j-X3-LB

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Love the first image, the other two are fine but the expression's aren't as good. Other then that I'm not a fan of square catchlights, they are unnatural. One way around this would be cover the soft box with paper and cut a circle out giving you a circular catchlights.

I would also highly recommend finding a way to post these images on the forum. You'll get a lot more feedback.

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Me Like............ :D :D :D

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First shot is lovely - someone is gonna drown in those eyes a few years from now. The others are also nice but the expressions aren't as good as the first - not really something you can control.


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like the eyes i have a question how did you add the gliter to the eyes


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