Working with my strobes
Lawrence Keeney wrote:
Sailor Blue's suggestions are always very helpful and right to the point.
The references he pointed out may well discuss these points, but I will bring them up anyway. The eye tends to go to the brightest point in the image, which in this case is the hand. It is best to make the hand darker than the face unless you want the focus of the image to be her hand.
I'm not sure which lens you used, but you may want to use a longer lens and shoot from a longer distance from your model. Her hand and shoulder appear to me to be exaggerated in size, possibly due to shooting too close to the model. A longer lens would balance this out better.-- hide signature --
Thank you both for your comments much appreciated Lawrence yes your right with the hand and shoulder i should have used my 70-200 2.8 other comments were what they said as well..Gord
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