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pablophotographer 9 1.9k 407
21 Dec 2020 1:28AM

I can not tell if the sharpness is there or not.
But what I can say without any hesitation:
You have a frame that can be the textbook of Striking colours. White (pages), black (letters), yellow highliter. Straight back to the Eighties!!!

Here the model is so close to the wall on the background that her shadows create something like a smudge on the textbook.

If you can allow more space between the sitter and the background then choose it (unless the shadow is an important element of picture you have planned i.e man holds a kife with raised hand and the shadow makes them both man an knife look more threatening). This is not a case like that.

21 Dec 2020 3:47AM
I agree with Pablo....too close to the wall....better the shadows be diffuse.


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