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Another from this weekends shoot with the beautiful Cezanne, having a play with glasses photography
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Like the pose and lighting in this
A very nice image well lit...
I've been trying different lighting set ups in my little studio, very pleased with this
For sure agree with Rich & Dave in all areas.....
Here though I add a few thoughts, First the title, Yeah! I know it has no reflection on image quality, But its a tad corny and lowers the tone somewhat.
That Specsavers might have helped with her choice of Camera.....LOL... As She would probably have chosen a Nikon.... Specially one of them snazzy red ones....
Ok! Humour over.....Nice work keep going chap.....
LOL, Ta Vince
The cam was an afterthought, something i picked up for nothing and i keep in the studio as a prop
I struggle with titles for pics
What would your suggestion be?
Good work with the glasses, but its has an overly yellow skin tone for me. Did you shoot in RAW and calibrate the lights using a grey card? Mod loaded with threshold and curves used to calibrate black and white points, then colour balance to reduce yellow in skin. As a rule of thumb, yellow should be slightly higher than magenta in Caucasian skin, measured where theres good exposure and no make-up, and in this, yellow is 50% more than magenta.
Excellent advice and thanks for the mod
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