Krystal Beach Shoot

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These were a combo of a D300/18-200 VR with AB800, and a D700/50 mm 1.8 with and without a Sb800 off camera.

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These are all great! I'm surprised no one has commented until now.

I think #9 is probably my favorite. Great use of the flash! This really is a good set and I think you blended the ambient light shots well with the ones lit artificially (strobe).

My guess is 1,3,7,8 & 12 are all ambient, the rest flash... Am I right??
 
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These are all great! I'm surprised no one has commented until now.

I think #9 is probably my favorite. Great use of the flash! This really is a good set and I think you blended the ambient light shots well with the ones lit artificially (strobe).

My guess is 1,3,7,8 & 12 are all ambient, the rest flash... Am I right??
Thanks!, and you are correct on the use of flash.
 
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Jon, these are all really nice, man.

I love #'s 1, 7, 8, 9 and 10.

The sand at the top of her bikini bottom is a little distracting in #9. Other than that, her eyes look a little too heavily shadowed underneath on #6.

Great work, man!
 
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Jon, these are all really nice, man.

I love #'s 1, 7, 8, 9 and 10.

The sand at the top of her bikini bottom is a little distracting in #9. Other than that, her eyes look a little too heavily shadowed underneath on #6.

Great work, man!
#7 for me felt a little flat with the lighting unfortunately.




I've been out of town until last night.

I really enjoyed #'s 1, 10 & 11

for me they show a greater balance of light and shading and composition wise more pleasing.

Awesome John
 
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Jon, these are all really nice, man.

I love #'s 1, 7, 8, 9 and 10.

The sand at the top of her bikini bottom is a little distracting in #9. Other than that, her eyes look a little too heavily shadowed underneath on #6.

Great work, man!
Thanks, and good catch 6. I'll will lighten up if this becomes a showcase pic.
 
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#7 for me felt a little flat with the lighting unfortunately.




I've been out of town until last night.

I really enjoyed #'s 1, 10 & 11

for me they show a greater balance of light and shading and composition wise more pleasing.

Awesome John
Thanks. I can see how flat it is. At the moment clouds were covering the sun. She was about to put on the blue dress for more shots and I liked how the color contrasted with her dark skin and white bathing suit.
 
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I like the exposure in #7 more than the first few images, simply because the highlights are more under control and I think it would be easier to work with in PP'ing.
 
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