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Lettie

By jonboyphoto  
This is just one photo taken a few days ago using off camera flash. Using an SB 800 on a stand fired remotely. This was a trial session for me using this method. Let me know of any tips you have for using off camera flash.

Tags: Lightroom Flash Tractor Wood Portraits and people Flash and lighting Lettie

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This photo is here for critique. Please only comment constructively and with suggestions on how to improve it.

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IMAGESTAR 10 7 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2009 11:31AM
superb portrate lighting is excellent.
Brian

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NickParry 10 1.0k 79 Wales
14 Feb 2009 1:25PM
A good off camera flash shot. You have managed to light the model well using the technique. If you haven't already looked at the stobist site it is worth a look for this kind of method.

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rhobbie 7 1 1 Netherlands
14 Feb 2009 4:46PM
Hi Jonboy,
The way you used your flash is excellent. Only point of critique (3 small points actually) the iron pole, the iron railing (coming out of her head) and the pole with the wires are distracting. Her right hand is not fully lit, i would have placed it out of sight.
regards
rhobbie
martinproe 10 293 5 England
14 Feb 2009 5:38PM
I really like this shot a lot, I'm trying off camera techniques myself at the moment with varying success. I agree with the comments above about the pole and powerlines, but still think this is a very good image, I've uploaded a mod, hop you don't mind.
Martin.
15 Feb 2009 6:57PM
I wasn't sure whether to crop out the power line and/or the building struts so thanks for the mods everyone. And I think looking at it now I would take out both elements. Thanks again everyone.

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