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Old Sep 29, 2005, 4:51 PM   #11
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First, thank you all for rely.

Second, sorry for asking to reply in forum of sharing photos. But since the first part of the photos are in people photo forum I choose to show the part two of the same session here to complete allready started.

But sharing photos without someone's comments is not interesting I think. Anyhow I will try to send the photo for critique in appropriate forum and others just for showing.....

Considering the photos of this session #2, yes I use flash built in camera for all photos than the first one....and that is why you can not see the make up differance on skin. Still I dont have any additional flash equipment (planning to buy) but considering the changing of light possibilities instead of using flash is one of my priority intention but for now I dont have any equipment (must found something).

#1 is my favourite and I supose additional light could make the photo better....

on the other hand you see that I dont use in Photoshop to much bluring the skin or something like that since I like to see a natural skin as much as I can....dont know your opinion over this issue???????:roll:
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Old Sep 29, 2005, 11:34 PM   #12
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Next time you shoot a subject try the coffee filter suggestion. Just hold it out in front of your flash or have someone hold it for you. You will find that it softens the lighting.
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Old Oct 1, 2005, 6:33 AM   #13
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I have seen that using my built-in flash ussually over expose some parts of the picture and the photos that are taken without flash are much realistic considering the colors but I might then loose some parts of the object as shadow covered parts. Still trying to find the best solution, and I dont have any additional light-adjustment equipment.

Thanks for making the importance of this issue.

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