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I was in the same room as my last post, but this time I had 3 flashes. Two SB600's as remotes bounced off of walls and one SB800 on camera as master bounced off the ceiling. This time I used the 180/2.8 for a tight shot. Comments?

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I love the eyes on this one Charles. Very good. She is so beautiful. This one would be a good candidate for desaturation and then color the eyes back in on another layer.

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For Patrick. Ask and you shall receive. :wink:

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Very Nice Charles!

She is a lovely little girl and you captured her perfectly.

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Very nice image, Charles. I wonder if a darker backdrop would have made an improvement on the overall image. Her right cheek seems to blend into the backgound color. But it is a very nice image and I really like the tight crop.
 
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Joe,
Thanks. She is lovely, but I doubt I will ever truly capture her. Her spirit has more dynamic range than film can hold. :wink:

Frank,
That would be tough to do in this room without using light stands. I can only imagine what my son would do with those. :shock: The wall on her right is the only white wall in the room. If time permits today I will give it another shot with a different bounce configuration.

Paul,
I agree that the color image is best. Funny how some images beg to be B&W. Thats not my family! They are test subjects for a lousy photographer who is unable to capture thier souls. :wink:

Thanks for the nice comments. I think most of you are being to nice to me though. Tell me where I made mistakes so I can improve on them. Please.
 
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