Tips to minimize pupils in dark 'studio'?

Started Oct 9, 2010 | Discussions thread
Soothsayerman
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Re: Tips to minimize pupils in dark 'studio'?
In reply to Sirthx, Oct 9, 2010

I get a seperate 6500k flourescent light and shine it directly into the models face and use a sync speed of 200.

The reason people do not like huge pupils is that pupils have no color, theyre black. People that have their portraits/headshots made usually aren't happy with that. But.... sometimes people want huge pupils. Just use a dark studio. Pretty simple really.
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