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dudler Plus
14 706 1354 England
9 Jan 2014 9:17AM
Still missing the EXIF data here - I think that the main issue is that the lens was wideangle, leading to the legs (being nearer to the camera than the head and body) looking a little disproportionately large.

Long lenses (if there's room) or side views avoid this.

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parob 7 3 74 France
9 Jan 2014 11:41AM
Best shot of your subject, if only you had followed dudler's advice!Wink
PCarman 5 1
9 Jan 2014 12:42PM
If only ? no your right a few other issues were if one is trying to do a shot like emanuael one get a chair that doesnt sit the subject back a meter have room to move the legs and if one wants to show the exif data stop useing photoscape to straighten the image , try and learn how to do it in raw as i found this morning by accident when cropping an image !!! that way one keeps the image crip and i dont loose data . my subject does have ample thighs which i actualy love to bits . the cute photo in sense of proprtion was better but considering the votes for this one im thinking iv been forgiven.
the lens is far better than the last one i was useing and did try to compensate all angles , my standing photos are better but in those i should have had the lights higher

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