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Discussion in 'People' started by cwilt, Nov 13, 2005.
You post some of the cutest pictures here on the forum and this one is no exception.
Very cute indeed!!!
Absolutely precious shot!!
That is beautiful!
You have a very beautiful daughter and you make the most of her for your photography.....and why not!
I really like this shot and only wish my little girl (5 years old) would sit still long enough to get a shot like this.
Did you deliberately pose the shot or just catch the moment....either way great.
Frame and hang I think!
Very best wishes
Nice shot, Charles. The texture of the background does well to complete a very nice image of your daughter and her pal. One of those perfect images for the grandparents.
Hi Charles. That's an excellent pose & shot of your daughter. Sure wished you would'a gotten the dogs attention right then, so we could see his/her eyes too!
I have to agree with everyone else, that is a very cool shot of your daughter...
Very cute shot of your daughter. Almost three dimensional. Excellent color.
I see your light setup is working out. And another lovely picture to add to your daughter series.
Great work thumbs up,
Very well done: there is a certain sweetness that comes through.
This is some seriously good color and j...u...s...t.. the right sharpness.
Now I want to know the camera, lens, and etc. :smile:
Thanks everyone for the wonderful comments.
I started out with a pose but soon they wanted to do thier own thing and I just went with it.
I tried but I didn't want to loose the moment so I didn't try to hard.
I do like having strobes now. This is with one strobe again, but this time I had my meter with me.:wink:
D2x, 1/250@F8, ISO 100, 50mm f1.4
1 Strobe with large softbox metered about 2 stops above ambient.
Raw Magic Lite for RAW conversion
Photoshop for cropping and sharpening.
No color work was done.
outstanding in every way!
Beautiful picture. I can't ever get lighting like that indoors. Could you explain your setup a bit more perchance?
There really wasn't much of a setup. They were sitting on a stair way that was lit by morning light. I used the light meter to measure ambient. Then I added a strobe with a large softbox, 3 foot by 4 foot, and metered it about 2 stops higher. Set the camera for that and started shooting.
*Gasp!* Oh no... not the ordinary 50mm!! :wink:
Hard to beat that little lens, isn't it! And don't just love a softbox for that wrap around the light look! :biggrin:
Yep, just that cheap, slow focusing little prime.:wink: It is my favorite lens. My 85/1.4 is great but still use the 50 more.
I struggled with umbrella's but with softboxes I have much better control. Make it large, and diffused for portraits.:smile:
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